Kama Sutra Virus - Sex Search Online May Be Infectious
Jan 14, 2011
PC users looking for sexual positions and Kama Sutra photos online are being warned to avoid a download that can infect their personal computer with the Kama Sutra virus.
According to MSNBC, the supposed PowerPoint presentation file will plant a backdoor when run on Windows machines, security watchers warn.
Compromised PCs might be used to send spam or spy on users, among other malicious purposes, once infected.
According to CBS News, the presentation promises 13 explicit Kama Sutra sexual positions, citing security firm Sophos.
With names like "The Frog," "Wheelbarrow" and "Lyons Stagecoach," the PowerPoint is certainly not safe for work, the network muses in the report.
The download is titled Real kamasutra.pps.exe, according to MSNBC.
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