Information about W32/MyDoom-A, W32/MyDoom-B and Doomjuice internet worms

Sophos Press Release

Sophos technical support has warned users of the W32/MyDoom-A and W32/MyDoom-B worms. SCO and Microsoft have announced rewards totalling $500,000 for information leading to the capture of those behind the worms.

Sophos is also warning users of the W32/Doomjuice-A worm, which attempts to infect computers hit by MyDoom-A.

MyDoom-A quick links:

MyDoom-B quick links:

Further information about MyDoom-A, MyDoom-B and Doomjuice:

Please note: At the time of writing Sophos has received very few reports of W32/MyDoom-B from the wild, and does not believe it poses as high a threat as W32/MyDoom-A. Sophos suggests computer users sign up for email notification of new virus threats and add a live virus information feed to their websites.

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