Following vnunet.com's exposure of the online virus generator this week, its hosting provider has shut the site down.
The site, which once boasted "no download, no wasted time, no programming skill needed", allowed technically clueless web vandals to create a Word macro virus with only a few mouse clicks.
The viruses constructed were pretty much harmless but brought the idiot-friendly virus generators, such as that used to build the Anna Kournikova code, to a new level of accessibility.
The site was hosted by free service provider, Freeservers.com, but yesterday Mihai Radu from antivirus firm Bitdefender informed vnunet.com: "We already got in touch with the people responsible and now the site is no longer available on Freeservers."
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