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FedEx’s Special Pick-up Deliveries Affected by ‘Code Red’ Worm

August 10, 2001

FedEx Corp. said it had trouble sending electronic messages to its drivers about special pick-ups when its computers were infected by the “Code Red” worm, according to the Wall Street Journal. But these pick-ups make up only a small percentage of the items FedEx handles every day. The company said that the problems have been fixed and the worm is not affecting deliveries anymore.
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