SenutyEnool Posted August 23, 2006 Share Posted August 23, 2006 Malicious code that exploits a recent Windows hole has led to significant growth in the number of hijacked PCs, according to messaging security company CipherTrust. On Tuesday, CipherTrust reported a 23 percent growth in the total number of so-called zombie PCs it has detected. The jump is due to the spread of Mocbot worm variants, CipherTrust said. Mocbot, also known as Cuebot and Graweg, exploits a Windows security flaw for which Microsoft issued a patch with security bulletin MS06-040 on Aug. 8. Read more: -> CNET News _______________________ Cheers from your intrepid webreporter Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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