Windows 2000 Worms Bite

Network worms are shutting down computers running Microsoft's Windows 2000 operating system, security experts warned on Tuesday.

Computers across the United States are being hit, including those at television network ABC, cable news station CNN and The New York Times. Tokyo-based antivirus company Trend Micro blames the havoc on various worms, including the Zotob worm, which hit the internet over the weekend, and new variants of the Rbot worm.

Silicon.Com

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