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Fizzer stealth worm spreads via KaZaA

Yet another Internet worm has been discovered spreading through the KaZaA P2P file-sharing network. Fizzer, which can spread via email as well as over file sharing networks, is more dangerous that most such worms because its malicious code includes key logging and Trojan functionality. The worm normally arrives at the target computers as an executable file and activates when a user launches it. Russian AV firm Kaspersky Labs said today that it has received confirmed reports of infections by Fizzer. However indications are that the spread of the worm is modest, at worst. Full Story

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