Where were you on March 6th 1992? Graham Cluley goes back in his time machine, and remembers the story of the biggest virus scare of all time - Michelangelo!
This weekend is the tenth anniversary of the infamous and pervasive Nimda virus.
It taught us lessons - about programming, about trust, and about patching. But did we learn?
The CIH virus, also known as Chernobyl, quickly became one of the most commonly encountered viruses in the wild. Graham Cluley takes a look back in time.
It's ten years since the Anna Kournikova worm spread around the world.
Graham Cluley reminisces about the worm, and tells the story behind one of the world's biggest virus outbreaks.
Do you remember when the Love Bug worm spread around the world?
I remember pretty clearly Thursday, May 4th 2000.