HP has issued a security notice after USB keys shipped with some of its ProLiant servers were found to have been infected with viruses. "This vulnerability could cause a local 'W32.Fakerecy' or 'W32.SillyFDC' virus infection," the company said.
The W32.Fakerecy is written primarily for removable drives and was first reported last year. W32.SillyFDC is also adapted for removable drives but can also be used to download more malicious files onto an infected machine.
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