Windows 2000 worms now affecting 250,000

Thursday, 18 August 2005, 4:06 AM EST

Malicious software that takes advantage of a recently disclosed vulnerability in Microsoft's Windows operating system has spread rapidly and has now infected more than 250,000 systems, primarily Windows 2000 systems being run in corporate environments, according to security vendor Computer Associates.

By Robert McMillan and James Niccolai at InfoWorld.

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