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Sober virus plummets

The latest Sober virus (known as W32.Sober.X@mm, Sober.Y and W32/Sober@MM!M681) has passed its January deadline for updates without incident. The Sober virus and its variants have been one of the most prolific of 2005 and has topped the charts again in recent months. In early December, anti-virus vendors cracked the algorithm the virus uses to search for updates, allowing the next set of Web sites to be blocked and Web hosting companies to be notified. The virus was set to search for updates from thirty unique websites, fifteen each on January 5th and January 6th. Full Story

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