Throwback Thursday: We're all doomed

Posted by   Helen Martin on   Jan 17, 2019

When a daily sports paper compares a national soccer crisis with the spread of an Internet worm, you know that the worm has had an enormous impact on everyday life. This was the case with W32/Mydoom when it first made an appearance in early 2004.

Incredibly, despite its advanced years, Mydoom is still showing up in emails 15 years after it was first reported.

This Throwback Thursday we look back at an analysis written by researcher Gabor Szappanos in March 2004, in which he tracked the rise of Mydoom. You can read the article in HTML or PDF format.

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