ISS Computers Get Antivirus Upgrade

NASA ISS On-Orbit Status 3 September 2008

"The FE-1 loaded the Russian laptops RSK1, RSK2, RSE-med, RSS1 and RSE1 with new antivirus software from DVD, scanned the hard disks, taking documentary Nikon photos of the resulting message displays, and consulted with ground specialists via S-band tagup."

NASA Discovers Computer Virus Aboard the International Space Station, earlier post

"- W32.Gammima.AG worm. This is a level 0 gaming virus intended to gather personal information.
- Virus was never a threat to any of the computers used for cmd and cntl and no adverse effect on ISS Ops."

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