Sober worm cracked

Thursday, 15 December 2005, 12:42 AM EST

Finnish security firm F-Secure has cracked a code used by the Sober worm, potentially allowing the company to block the worm from receiving updates. Sober has mutated constantly since October 2003, when the first variant was picked up, with more than 20 other variants making the rounds.

At Computerworld.

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