Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 3rd Feb 2006 22:41 UTC
Bugs & Viruses Security watchers say the Kama Sutra worm, which is programmed to overwrite files on infected Windows PCs today, will have a damaging but not catastrophic effect. The Kama Sutra worm (or Nyxem-E or Blackworm) poses as an email message offering a variety of salacious content. Subject lines used in the malicious emails include: The Best Videoclip Ever, Fw: SeX.mpg, Miss Lebanon 2006 and Fuckin Kama Sutra pics. The worm, which can also spread across network shares, only affects Windows PCs.
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RE[4]: Too bad eh..
by eMagius on Sat 4th Feb 2006 01:02 UTC
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That's one of the downright stupidest ideas I've ever heard.

Not allowing users to run their own programs and scripts in the name of security? Are you serious?

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RE[5]: Too bad eh..
by Varg Vikernes on Sat 4th Feb 2006 02:20 in reply to "RE[4]: Too bad eh.."
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It's like that IE dialog that pops up when you download an exe. It's annoying and nothing else. If someone wants to run it he will, be it a dialog to click through or chmod it.

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