Ik zie op Tomshardware Technews een leuk bericht over virussen in de mailservers van Mikrosoft:
Microsoft Corp. shut down its corporate e-mail servers Friday because of a devastating macro virus. Intel Corp. was also hit hard by the virus, which gains entry to e-mail systems via Microsoft's Outlook/Exchange products.
The virus replicates itself quickly, spreading infected pornography-related information throughout corporate messaging platforms and overloading servers.
The so-called 'Melissa' virus is believed to have originated in Western Europe and was first discovered on the alt.sex newsgroup.
An official at Network Associates' McAfee unit, which first identified the virus, says it's proliferation rate is unprecendented.
At least 20 large companies had been infected by late Friday -- in one case 60,000 users affected.
Microsoft was forced to suspend all incoming and outgoing Internet mail Friday.
A spokesman said Microsoft's product support division spent all day Friday alerting customers and partners about the virus.