New worm poses as iTunes

Wednesday, 20 July 2005, 10:38 AM EST

Worm writers are piggy-backing on the success of Apple’s iTunes digital juke box according to an anti-virus software firm.

Trend Micro says that a worm, WORM_OPANKI.Y, spreading though the AOL instant messaging program is using the name iTunes to trick users into keeping its poisoned payload on their machines.

By Nick Farrell at The Inquirer.

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