MS Response to the Slammer Worm

By Bill Graziano on 26 January 2003 | 0 Comments | Tags: Security


Microsoft some information on the "Slammer" worm. It appears to have taken advantage of a hole patched in July 2002 and covered in every cumulative security patch since then including Service Pack 3. Follow the link to MS Response to the Slammer Worm...

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