Tasin worms ate my Windows files

Wednesday, 24 November 2004, 1:02 AM EST

Security experts have issued a warning over the newly intercepted A, B and C variants of the Tasin worm, which have begun to spread rapidly by email.

The malicious worms use social engineering tricks to distract users while they are sent out from infected computers before deleting a large number of system files.

By Robert Jaques at vnunet.

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