Hybrid E-Mail Worm Loose

FYI: "This worm, named W32/Nimda.A-mm, is dangerously different than virtually all e-mail borne viruses: It can infect a computer when a user simply clicks on the subject line in an attempt to open the innocent-looking e-mail, or visits a Web page housed on an infected server." "the only workaround is to "Disable Active Scripting" in the Tools/Options/Security menu, which can be accessed from within Outlook or Explorer." http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,46944,00.html