There is a wonderful analysis of the Ramen Internet worm which affects Red Hat Linux 6.2 and 7.0 servers over at Max Vision's Whitehats. This is much more than a "put your ass in the know" article. As long as you can keep your eyes from glazing over, it is a very thorough dissection complete with references. Those who like technical minutiae will love this detailed exegesis.
Patches are available from Red Hat.
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