IBM said that most virus software will detect the malware. It didn't explain why it didn't, however.
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CES 2010: Sony Finally Backs Down On Memory Stick Technology
Bye Bye Memory Stick, SD won this format battle a long time ago.
Personal Information From Over 3.3 Million Student Loans Stolen
Called Just An "Old-Fashion Theft"
Setting Bait to Track Data Thieves
Germans use unguarded PCs as honeypots
First Energizer, Now Vodafone: More Malware Found in Store Bought Consumer Electronic Products
Vodafone HTC Magic Smartphone Contains Bot Malware
Intel Puts Security Front and Center
Intel's $7.7 billion purchase of software security firm McAfee makes more sense than some give it credit for
Australian Stock Market's Turn to Go Dark
ASX not sure what the problem is
"Spectacular" Cyber Attack Gains Access to France's G20 Files
Attack first detected in January
Drone Wars Heat Up, but USAF Drones Sick with a Virus
Global thrust to field drone systems
Smartphones Becoming Gateways to Identity Theft
Holes in software security and user complacency are making it easy for cyber thieves to commit identity fraud
Will You Lose Your Internet Connection on the 9th of July?
Better check now to be safe
Flame: Cyberwarfare’s Latest, Greatest Weapon
The Flame virus, focused mainly on Iran, has all the hallmarks of a state-sponsored online attack—including its ability to remain hidden for two years
U.S., Long Engaged in Cyberwar Against Iran, Has Now Declared It
Obama administration officials admit that the United States designed, installed, and monitored the Stuxnet worm aimed at foiling Iran’s nuclear ambitions
Declarations of Cyberwar
What the revelations about the U.S.-Israeli origin of Stuxnet mean for warfare
This Week in Cybercrime: Is there Anonymity on Anonymity Networks?
Researchers say it’s likely that the U.S. government is behind the unmasking of users of the Tor Anonymity network
This Week in Cybercrime: Black Hat USA 2013 Uncovers a Bevy of Exploits
But none bigger than the one people came to hear NSA director Gen. Keith Alexander talk about
The Real Story of Stuxnet
How Kaspersky Lab tracked down the malware that stymied Iran’s nuclear-fuel enrichment program
This Week in Cybercrime: U.S. House Passes Bill Allowing Firms to Share Customer Info With the Government
Plus: Small companies under attack; sophisticated UK malware; phishy IRS e-mails
Nanotech Agreement between IBM and Bulgaria Put on Hold
Partnership between IBM and Bulgaria to develop nanotechnology in the country hits a snag when the Eastern European country cuts down on its expenditures
Nanotech Pioneer Weighs In on Its Progress Thus Far
Twenty years from his groundbreaking experiment with an STM and xenon atoms, Don Eigler looks at nanotech today
Indiana Follows Through with Threat: Cancels $1.3 billion Outsourcing Contract
IBM Says Cancellation is "Unjustified"