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Mon, Mar 15, 2004 12:25 pm

NetSky Worm

According to the article " NetSky variants spark search for code" at ZDNet, the author of the NetSky worm may have released the source code to the worm.

References:

  1. NetSky variants spark search for code
  2. Second NetSky worm on the loose

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Locking Computer

If you wish to lock your Windows NT, 2000, or XP system when you are going to leave it so that no one else can view what was on your screen when you left or use the system, you can hit the Ctrl, Alt, and Del keys simultaneously to do so. Hitting Ctrl-Alt-Del should bring up a window where you will see a button to "Lock Computer". However, if you are using a Windows XP system with Fast User Switching enabled, which is the default setting for a Windows XP system that is not part of a domain, hitting those three keys simultaneously will bring up the Windows Task Manager instead. But you can still lock the system by hitting the "Windows" and "L" keys simultaneously. The "Windows" key on most newer keyboards used on Windows systems will be located in the bottom row of the keyboard between the Ctrl and Alt keys on the left side of the keyboard. It will have Microsoft's flying Window symbol on it.

If you wish to disable Fast User Switching, see " How can I disable Fast User Switching in Windows XP Pro?"

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