Win32/Rimecud summary ..
"Win32/Rimecud is a family of worms with multiple components that spreads via removable drives, and instant messaging. It also contains backdoor functionality that allows unauthorized access to an affected system." link
A Slovenian virus writer who created an infamous strain of malware used to infect an estimated 12 million computers worldwide has been jailed for almost five years. Matjaž Škorjanc (who operated under the handle Iserdo) was sentenced by a Slovenian court for writing the code used to create the infamous Mariposa botnet. The …
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Actually the you of yesterday and the you of today are two different people, people being the sum of their experience and genes and all. This way everyone gets to be Dr.Who but without the extra heart sonic, screwdriver is optional
I don't expect a reply because we both died after we finished our posts
"And 99% of mobile malware is Linux/android based..."
99% of those are not viruses but trojans never having a chance to get installed on users' systems and so exist only for AV ads, "security researchers" and other gullible folks' amusement.
It might be because of the Android's apps transparent permissions system or Google Play or the fact that Android runs atop of (modified a bit) Linux kernel and never manages to be as fat and messy as MS Windows.