Central Command, a leading provider of PC anti-virus software and computer security services released its monthly listing of the top twelve viruses reported for May, 2003. The report, coined the "Dirty Dozen," is based on the number of virus occurrences confirmed through Central Command's Emergency Virus Response Team.

The table represents the most prevalent viruses for May 2003, number one being the most frequent.

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