Apache Anti-Worm Configuration Gem

Strangely, out of sudden I have been hit by Internet worms exploiting the IIS WebDAV security issue that has been documented over one year ago. Not that it is affecting me in anyway, as I don't dare to run IIS as my webserver, but it is just plainly annoying to have this kind of rubbish overflowing my access_log. Searching on the Internet to find related stories, and I discovered an apache configuration gem using mod_alias, in response to Internet worms that especially target Microsoft's Internet Information Services. Here is the post in context, and let me cut and paste the code (with some changes):

<IfModule mod_alias.c>
  RedirectMatch permanent .*cmd.exe.*$         http://www.microsoft.com/
  RedirectMatch permanent .*root.exe.*$        http://www.microsoft.com/
  RedirectMatch permanent .*\/_vti_bin\/.*$    http://www.microsoft.com/
  RedirectMatch permanent .*\/scripts\/\.\..*$ http://www.microsoft.com/
  RedirectMatch permanent .*\/_mem_bin\/.*$    http://www.microsoft.com/
  RedirectMatch permanent .*\/msadc\/.*$       http://www.microsoft.com/
  RedirectMatch permanent .*\/MSADC\/.*$       http://www.microsoft.com/
  RedirectMatch permanent .*\/c\/winnt\/.*$    http://www.microsoft.com/
  RedirectMatch permanent .*\/d\/winnt\/.*$    http://www.microsoft.com/
  RedirectMatch permanent .*\/x90\/.*$         http://www.microsoft.com/
</IfModule>

I have not tested this configuration myself, but I hope it would send all the script kiddies to the company that introduces us PC users all these mess.