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Virus Writers See an Opening in Tsunami
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Virus Writers See an Opening in Tsunami

Virus Writers See an Opening in Tsunami

Virus Writers See an Opening in Tsunami
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The massive tsunami disaster in Southeast Asia will dominate the conference in Kobe, Japan, this week. But on the Internet, some virus writers are using the tragedy for nefarious purposes.

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Graham Cluley, consultant for the Internet security company Sophos

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