Code Red Worm Returns

September 2001
IT Professional;Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p7
Academic Journal
Reports on the failure of some information technology professionals to protect their servers from a second round of the Code Red worm virus. Incorrect setting of dates of computers; Security hole for attackers.


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