Watch out for those dirty emails on Friday:
Uh oh, now we'll know quickly enough who is opening emails about porn on their work computers. If the computers are already infected, and they know what it is, can't they detect it now, before it starts propagating?
Microsoft's response is pretty good:
Basically, they have the sofware but they won't be releasing the removal tool until the infection hits.
I think this move is simply a way for Microsoft to push their next version of windows which should come out before the holiday seasons. They are going to say that Windows XP has a lot of security problems so you should upgrade.
:rofl: Only microsoft could get away with a marketing strategy like that..."Our last product was a piece of crap, so you should buy our new product." :rofl:
That is quite literally how they sold XP home edition. "Yeah, Windows ME was a piece of crap, so you really need XP."
Too many admins are sloppy... yeh they probably could contain it...
Most PCs don't have admins. Just users.
Networks are what stop worms propogating, you can contain worms very easily from popogating across the www.
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