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China discovers new computer virus
Contributed by: SHA, at 2/24/2005 05:32:00 PM.

Chinese information security experts have spotted a new variant of Mydoom virus disguised as an e-mail "sent failed" message and cautioned the public to be on alert, the state media reported today.The virus, called Worm Mydoom M, attaches to files and then transmits via e-mail to addresses found on the infected machines, according to experts at the Tianjin-based National Computer Virus Emergency Response Centre.The virus is disguised as an announcement of an e-mail sending failure.If the virus gets into a computer, it sets up and modifies certain system files and creates a so-called back-door, a programme that sits on the affected computer to damage files contacted, according to the centre, the only anti-virus products testing and certification institution authorised by the Chinese Ministry of Public Security.

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