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targeted security flaws in Microsoft Outlook (the most common e-mail client) to send itself to all the user's contacts. A more recent kind of malware "recruits" the infected computer to become part of a botnet consisting of thousands of infected computers that can then be remotely controlled and used to launch DDoS attacks.

Last updated: 2007-11-15

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er would not wish it to do, hasn't asked it to do, and oftennt thatdes {metadata} allowing the CLR to manage security

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