The 'net has been groaning under the load of yet another variant of an e-mail virus. This time, it's SoBig.F. Reports say this worm, in conjuction with a "good" worm that infects computers in order to patch a Windows vulnerability, is causing massive traffic on the 'net.
Personally, I've received over 500 copies of SoBig.F in the past 18 hours or so, plus a fairly large number of bounce messages and virus notifications generated by the virus spoofing my address as the sender's. Lovely.
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