Evolution of Web-based worms

Friday, 21 October 2005, 3:58 AM EST

We've passed Black Tuesday for October, and Microsoft has released various security advisories - some of which have the potential to be used by the next round of worms. The speculation surrounding new worms appearing after every patch Tuesday is highly predicable and exciting, yet there are others who can barely stifle a yawn. For the latest round of patches, are we going to see a widespread worm develop from these vulnerabilities? I don't believe we will.

By Daniel Hanson at SecurityFocus.

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