The Storm Worm, malicious software spread via spam, has been so active in recent weeks that the FBI has even gotten involved. The agency posted an alert on the home page of its Web site Tuesday: "If you unexpectedly receive a Valentine's Day e-card, be careful. It may not be from a secret admirer, but instead might contain the Storm Worm virus."
ComputerWorld notes that security firms have been issuing the same warning for weeks, knowing that Storm has a tendency to take advantage of the holidays. The virus also appears to be optimized this year. So, stay smart and avoid joining the spam network.
Woah, that's crazy. I wonder what it does... Probably, like, deletes your hard drive. And the hard drive of anyone related to you. And then makes your TV record "Gigli". And gives your poodle a hickey. And messes up the Ph balance in your pool. And leaves a bunch of Twinkie wrappers all over the place. And makes you physically attracted to sheep. Et cetera.
Seth the Giant
lol wierd al