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Potential Virus Problem
Apr 06 2005 08:23PM
Steve Earls (tron646 yahoo com)
Some of our business units are experiencing problems
with a potential virus. We have searched the Web and
various AV sites without much luck. Can anyone shed
some light on the following symptoms?
The symptoms are:
4 files appear in the winnt\system32 folder.
ihotunib.exe, ikusefote.exe, rudim.exe and
imaxavos.exe. These executables imbed themselves into
the registry and kick off processes that inurn lock
out user accounts at other company locations.
Once these files are removed, it appears that a
rpc_svchost process kicks off and consumes 99% of the
available processor time. This renders the systems
W2k and XP systems are affected. The following seem to
hit pretty close but not dead-on.
· Win32/SdBot.45568!Worm (also known as:
· Win32.Slinbot.ACT (also known as:
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