There’s an AP wire story on the new trojan horse discovered by NETSEC (a computer security firm). This trojan is apparently embedded in a video clip, and has been found on over 2000 computers. Unfortunately, the story is nearly worthless. It doesn’t explain how the video clip got onto the computers (I assume the users downloaded it), or how NETSEC discovered which computers were infiltrated. Fortunateley, NETSEC’s advisory contains more details. As usual, the trojan is being distributed as an executable email attachment. One interesting note: NETSEC discovered the trojan because one of their own workstations was infected and they noticed unusual outbound traffic from it.