Computer security companies are warning of a new twist on the Sasser virus: an email, claiming to be from an antivirus company with an attachment purporting to fix Sasser infections, that was actually a new form of the widespread, email-clogging Netsky virus.
As scepticism in military circles grew about the veracity of pictures showing British soldiers torturing an Iraqi, Mirror employees remained privately confident that their editor had not fallen for a sophisticated hoax.
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