UK shelters from smut Trojan blitz

Tuesday, 20 December 2005, 12:24 AM EST

UK businesses were targeted in a blitz of 215,000 emails containing a new Trojan on Monday (19 December), according to email filtering firm BlackSpider Technologies. The malware - called Small-BXP - comes in the payload to a message that poses as a receipt for access to an online porn site.

At The Register.

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