Gary W. Longsine writes "Bruce Schneier has posted an interesting entry on expected attack trends to his blog. Of particular interest is the increasing sophistication of automated worm-based attacks. He cites the developing W32.spybot.KEG worm -- once inside a network it scans for several vulnerabilities and reports its findings via IRC. Trend Micro also has information on a scanning-capable version of this worm, which they call: WORM_SPYBOT.ID"
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