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A decade ago there was no Facebook, no iPhone, and no Conficker. There was dial-up and AOL and a nasty virus called Melissa that ended up being the fastest spreading virus at the time.
CNET News talked to Dmitry Gryaznov, a senior research architect at McAfee Avert Labs who was among the researchers who worked to fight the Melissa outbreak and track down the creator.
Q: How was Melissa discovered? Gryaznov: Avert as a whole discovered it as did some of the competitors. It was submitted to us by … Read more