Storage vendor IO Data ships drives with Trojan

Wednesday, 30 November 2005, 1:54 AM EST

Japanese peripheral vendor IO Data has accidentally added a Windows worm on some of its external hard drives, the company has warned.

Hard drives in the HDP family of drives were infected with the Tompai-A worm. After infecting a system, the worm connects to the Internet and awaits further commands from its creator.

At CIO Today.

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