New Malware Attacks Windows Zero-Day VulnerabilityBy CIOinsight | Posted 07-26-2010
According to Sophos blog July 23, two other pieces of malware have been observed targeting the bug. One is a keylogging Trojan the company is calling Chymin-A that is "designed to steal information from infected computers." The other is Dulkis-A, a "worm written in obfuscated Visual Basic" that contains several subcomponents.
To read the original eWeek article, click here: Windows Vulnerability Targeted by More Malware