An old, but little-known worm has copied some of the infection strategies of Conficker [computerworld.com], the worm that raised a ruckus last week, Microsoft security researchers said late Friday.
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Neeris, which harks to May 2005, is now exploiting the same Windows bug that Conficker put to good use, and is spreading through flash drives, another Conficker characteristic, said Ziv Mador and Aaron Putnam, researchers with the Microsoft Malware Protection Center. Read the full story [computerworld.com]