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By Ellen Messmer
June 5, 2008
Kaspersky Lab says the new variant of the Windows-based encryptor virus Gpcode, which hasn't been spotted for about 1 ½ years, is more of a threat than it was in the past because this time it is using strong encryption that so far has defied efforts to crack it. Read More.
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