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Windows worm strikes 250,000 PCs
Contributed by: SHA, at 8/18/2005 07:29:00 PM.

The new breed of Windows 2000 worms that emerged Tuesday have spread fast and have now infected an estimated 250,000 systems, security experts claim.
Infections are primarily of Windows 2000 systems being run in corporate environments, according to security vendor Computer Associates International. (CA).
The worms received widespread media attention after CNN reported that it had been affected by the problem, but on Wednesday representatives from companies that had been affected downplayed the level of disruption.
Because of the design of the worms, they have largely left home users unaffected and have instead focused on spreading within corporate networks, according to security experts interviewed Wednesday.
An undisclosed number of internal systems at telecommunications provider SBC Communications were affected by the worms, beginning late Tuesday, said Wes Warnock, an SBC spokesman, but the outages had no effect on the company's voice or data networks, he added.


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