We’re seeing a significant rise in the number of Klez, LoveSan, and Sobig infected emails through our servers and our Sifter filtering service. This is sometimes an indication of a failed patch or a variant of one of these worms that is particularly more effective than it’s parent.
This is only preliminary information, but we would encourage you to take a quick look at your mail and antivirus systems to be sure you’re up to date.
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