The Daily Confusion
Blaster Worm, Sobig Hit MIT Computers
One worm, known as the Blaster, exploits a vulnerability revealed by Microsoft in mid-July. It is designed to infect other machines on the network, install a backdoor on the host computer, and periodically attack a Microsoft Web site. There are several variants of the worm.
MIT Coop To Accept TechCASH This Year
The MIT Coop located in the Stratton Student Center began accepting the MIT Card for payment yesterday and the Kendall Square location will begin to accept the card today.
Vest Starts New Year at Convocation
President Charles M. Vest welcomed the class of 2007 to the MIT community at the President’s Welcome Convocation held in Kresge Auditorium yesterday.
WORLD AND NATION
45 Dead, 135 Injured as Pair Of Bombs Go Off in Bombay
Investigations Opened in Case Of Killing of Ex-Priest in Prison
Unidentified Victims of Sept. 11 Will Be Preserved in Memorial
Bush Campaign Uses Old Theme: ‘Compassionate Conservativism’
U.S. Business Blames Poor Economy On Chinese Yuan’s Fixed Dollar Value
Weather: A Few Fronts
Will the Real Council Please Stand Up?
Words of Advice
A Change of Heart
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The Meaning of Law
Dormcon Finds Violations at New Rush Parties
MIT Has Sports?
Pedro, Arroyo Break Out the Brooms for Mariners