A notorious virus-writing gang has announced that it has ceased its operations.
In a posting on 29A’s website, group member VirusBuster announced the end of a gang that was responsible for writing malware such as Cabir (which infected Symbian mobile phones), Duts (the first ever Pocket PC virus, bizarrely inspired by a science fiction novel), Haiku (which generated Japanese-style poetry), Stream (which was the first virus to take advantage of NTFS Alternate Data Streams), Lindose (which infected both Windows and Linux computers), and…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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