Rumors about a computer virus could be unleased on 10/10/10 spread on internet.
Some experts warning users to be careful about the malware attack on internet at 10:10 am/pm Sunday, Oct 2010.
“There’s been a long history of virus scares related to specific dates, and it’s not that surprising to hear people whispering about the possible risks looming on 10 October 2010.” Computer safety expert at Sophos, Graham Cluley said, “But with more than 60,000 new pieces of malware [malicious software] being discovered every day you should realise that you need to be careful about attacks every day of the year.”
Computer safety experts suggested the users to reset their computers internal clock to avoid the risk of this virus attack.
Midwifery adviser at the Royal College of Midwives Sue Jacob said: “After the euphoria of a 10.10.10 birth, what happens next? The after care is so important. I’d like to think that any professional in Britain would advise against choosing a specific date for an elective caesarean. But we live in an age where choice is respected and there are private practitioners who may not object.”