It's been a busy week for antivirus companies and virus writers. Bugbear has burst onto the scene and is currently marauding through computers around the world.
It's an insidious little worm, mailing itself out with some very convincing headers which are adding a new layer of complexity to identifying and sorting out infections.
However, there really is no reason for Bugbear to be a problem. Fixes were available from antivirus companies within hours of the worm being detected, and those with managed services were automatically covered from external attack.
In our special round-up vnunet.com keeps you up to date with all you need to know about this latest threat and how to keep it at bay.
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