Vista Vulnerable to Malware from 2004

Microsoft’s Vista may be vulnerable to at least three pieces of widespread malware, two of which date back to 2004, according to security vendor Sophos. At least three well-known Internet worms — labelled Stratio-Zip, Netsky-D and MyDoom-O by Sophos — are able to execute on the OS. These worms comprise 39.7 percent of all malware currently in circulation, according to the security vendor. The MyDoom and Netsky variants were first detected back in 2004

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