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Kaspersky Laboratories continues to receive confirmation of more active interaction between different virus-maker groups
Kaspersky Laboratories, which fights hackers, spam, and which is a leading developer of anti-virus systems, continues to receive confirmation of more active interaction between different virus-maker groups, reports the vsluh.ru web site. A study of the situation has enabled experts to decide that the authors of the Bagle, Zafi, Netsky and some other computer worms are cooperating rather closely. They are using information, which was obtained by the creator of Bagle, to mail their viruses. The SpamTool.Win32.Small.b virus program, which was spotted February 15, used to secretly collect personal computer e-mail addresses. This software package became part and parcel of the March 1 Bagle worm attack. About 50 such programs were mailed in just two days. All viruses are mailed at preset intervals; this seems to be an automatic or semi-automatic process. All this data proves that Internet is riddled with electronic crime. Moreover, criminal technologies have now developed still further. Automatic and multi-stage virus attacks are currently being registered, taking place at preset intervals. Computer-virus authors are joining hands in order to make their attacks more effective, setting up working groups, exchanging information, as well as different virus-attack schemes and technologies.
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