Flipping through a bunch of Kama Sutra positions might be a fun, sexy way to spend some time, but be careful of the Kama you might Sutra on the Internet. According to MSNBC, there’s a horrible Kama Sutra virus that might “enlist the machine as part of a zombie army of infected computers.”
In what the news network is calling “the digital equivalent of a sexually transmitted disease,” a new sinister trojan is out making the rounds over the Internet, trying to seduce its way onto people’s hard drives by masquerading as a PowerPoint presentation on the Kama Sutra.
The file to the sexy slide show is “Real kamasutra.pps.exe,” so if you encounter it on a misty evening surfing the web, don’t take it home with you. Apparently, it checks out for a bit, giving up the slides full of acrobatic sex goodness, but as soon as you’re flipping through the presentation, a Trojan virus is jimmying your backdoor, leaving malicious malware in its wake. Once its terrible task is complete, the victim’s computer can be hijacked for such nefarious purposes, like sending spam or spying on user data.