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Microsoft Finds Dormant Virus in Korean Software

Microsoft Corp. MSFT.O said on Friday it had unwittingly released a Korean-language version of its development software for online services that was infected with the notorious Nimda virus. The virus contained in the version of Microsoft`s Visual Studio .NET is not expected to cause any damage since it remains essentially dormant in a part of the program that is in no danger of being activated, the company said. Full Story

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