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Byline: Sue Vorenberg firstname.lastname@example.org / 823-3678
Yet another faceless villain has tormented the world this week.
The NIMDA virus, which has affected many computer-users since Tuesday, is an unusually robust and prolific attacker that has crashed servers, cost companies untold man-hours and slowed traffic over the entire Internet.
The ripple effect could be felt in Albuquerque, where some Internet hosting companies had to take their customers' Web sites offline. Internet-related companies have kept employees working constantly through the past two nights.
"It's very demoralizing dealing with transparent terrorists," said Jackie Fewell, president of Net//works!, a local Web hosting and services company.
"There's no …