Well, not exactly. But it has morphed. According to the New York Times, a new, improved, better version of the Windows Trojan that we don’t yet know what it is supposed to do is in the wild.
Read the full story here.
If you run Windows, make sure the operating system and anti-virus are updated and the firewall is on and properly configured.
According the the paper, the new version appears
to be targeted at improving a peer-to-peer communications system between computers that are infected and hardening the system by making infected machines more resistant to anti-virus software.