The latest virii and problems running around are:
"W32.Gibe@mm is a worm that
uses Microsoft Outlook and its own SMTP engine to spread. This worm
arrives in an email message--which is disguised as a Microsoft
Internet Security Update--as the attachment Q216309.exe. The worm
also attempts to copy itself to all locally mapped remote drives.
Also known as: W32/Gibe@mm, WORM_GIBE.A, W32/Gibe-A"
"W32.Klez.E@mm is similar to
W32.Klez.A@mm. It is a mass-mailing email worm that also attempts to
copy itself to network shares. The worm uses random subject lines,
message bodies, and attachment file names.
The worm exploits a vulnerability in Microsoft Outlook and Outlook
Express in an attempt to execute itself when you open or even
preview the message in which it is contained..."
"...The worm overwrites files and creates hidden copies of the
originals. In addition, the worm drops the virus W32.Elkern.3587,
which is similar to W32.ElKern.3326. The worm attempts to disable
some common antivirus products and has a payload which fills files
with all zeroes."
This weeks virus definition updates: Norton
Antivirus or McAfee