Monday, October 04, 2010

Six Million Computer Virus Attack

Six Million Computer Virus Attack  - Super virus called cyberworm Stuxnet have been attacked around six million personal computers and 1,000 computer companies throughout the State Bamboo Curtain, as quoted by news agency Xinhuaon Friday (1 / 10).

Zhantao Wang, an engineer from a leading antivirus service manufacturer in China, said that this computer virus capable of stealing personal information, especially from industrial companies. After that the virus is sent back data that has been taken to the servers in the United States.

Hackers can take control of the engine company that is run by computers infected by Stuxnet, and gave orders treacherous that cause serious damage.

Super virus exploits a bug in Siemens auto-control system used in the manufacturing industry to go through security checks, said Wang. This virus can copy itself and spread through the U-disk in corporate and government networks.

Manufacturers of anti-virus service Rising International Software, has developed software to kill the virus that can be downloaded for free from the official website of the company


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To avoid virus attacks, any computer and internet user, regardless of the reasons that they are online, need to have the latest antivirus software programs installed on their computer.

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