All quiet on the Sober front

Monday, 9 January 2006, 4:32 PM EST

The Sober worm, which was due to activate last Thursday, has stopped spreading and its author has held back from uploading malware onto any machines. Sober was the most common infection in November and December last year, and was programmed to download software from remote websites.

At vnunet.

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