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Mydoom virus starts to fizzle out

Slowly but surely the Mydoom virus is dying out. Figures from mail filtering firm MessageLabs show that the number of copies of the virus being caught everyday are swiftly diminishing. The peak day of infection was 28 January when 4.5m copies of the malicious program were caught. But only 300,000 copies of the virus were caught on 3 February as people clean up compromised machines and stop them spewing out infected messages. Full Story

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