To avoid being noticed, virus only attacks faster computers

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virus keyboardTHE manufacturer finlandesa de antivirus F-Secure encontrou uma amostra curiosa do vírus “Zeus” – a known malicious code that gives control of the PC to the criminal and that performs data theft, as database passwords. The virus includes a checklist that, in practice, impede sua execução em computers que tenham um processor mais lento que 2GHz.

A F-Secure chegou a realizar um teste em um notebook T42 da IBM. After execution, the virus found that the machine did not fulfil the requirement and simply aborted its execution. No malicious code was in the system.

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