Recently a massive virus hit e-mail accounts across the world, including the major corporation gaints like Google, Coca-cola, NASA. The trojan virus spread through e-mails with subject lines that read 'Here You Have,' while other versions of worm are hidden under the subject lines like 'This is The Free Download Sex Movies, you can find it here,' and 'Just For You.' Each e-mail contained a link that, if clicked, would download malware into a recepient's computer, and send a wave of similar e-mails to his or her contacts. Although the exact number of victims are not known, the virus attack has forced several employees to abandon their e-mail accounts altogather.
McAfee published a report on its blog, saying that the risk of infection on both home and work e-mail accounts is "low," while acknowledging that it may take time to root out all of the virus's multiple variants. The security firm also identified the virus as a trojan horse, but had not yet determined its origins. Symantec, meanwhile, told ABC that the worm, which it has called 'W32.Imsolk.A@mm,' is similar to the 'Anna Kournikova' worm that hit computers in 2001, and also spread under the 'Here You Have' subject. If you receive e-mails with suspicious subject lines, delete them instantly.