'Melissa' Virus Plays Havoc With E-Mail
Microsoft: Word Macro Virus Alert
Web Experts Warn of Virus
'Melissa' continues to wreak havoc
Massive e-mail virus outbreak spreads like wildfire
Computer Virus Is Spreading
The "Melissa" virus, a computer expert estimated Monday, has infected more than 100,000 computers and hundreds of companies.
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Melissa mutations detected
Confirming their worst fears, security experts say virus variants are spreading over the Net.
IT experts scramble to stop Melissa
Melissa threat triggers manhunt
FBI enters virus hunt
Newsgroups reflect spread's scope, speed
ZDNet expert advice: Everything you need to know -- and do -- about Melissa
As usual there's been a lot of ill-informed reports about what this virus does. But ZDNet's tech experts have worked through its code. Here's how you can protect yourself, and what to do if you've been infected.
What does the Melissa virus do?
Altering Word 97 and Word 2000
How it spreads using Outlook
The Bart Simpson joke
How to protect yourself from Melissa
Updating anti-virus programs
Setting up continual protection
How to open e-mail safely
Protecting your network
What to do if you're infected, part 1
What to do if you're infected, part 2
Ask questions, tell us your story
IT manager's handbook on Melissa virus
Backgrounder: Melissa myths debunked
Forum: Talk about Melissa
Melissa anti-virus protection is here
ZDNet's Software Library has compiled the latest downloads for safeguarding yourself against Melissa's rampage. Get the complete list here.
Commentary: Peter Coffee: We shouldn't be surprised
The Melissa virus demonstrates risks of using Microsoft Office as a platform for corporate computing -- and serves as a warning that there's no such thing as a convenience without a cost.
Commentary: Invasion of the e-mail snatchers!
ZDNN Video: FBI Speaks Out on Melissa
The government organization holds a press conference on the Melissa virus.
ZDTV's Leo LaPorte explains
how to know if you've got the virus.
ZDTV's Jim Louderback on where the
virus came from, and what to do about it.
ZDNN's Charlie Cooper reports on
who's been hit worst by the virus.