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RE: How Leopard Addresses Security Oct 31 2007 01:36AM
Rex Sanders (rsanders usgs gov) (1 replies)
Re: How Leopard Addresses Security - New malware alert Oct 31 2007 04:26PM
phdevallois (phdevallois intego com) (3 replies)
RE: How Leopard Addresses Security - New malware alert Oct 31 2007 06:06PM
Todd Woodward (todd_woodward symantec com)
Re: How Leopard Addresses Security - New malware alert Oct 31 2007 05:57PM
Edward R. Marczak (marczak radiotope com) (2 replies)
RE: How Leopard Addresses Security - New malware alert Oct 31 2007 06:26PM
David Harley (david a harley gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: How Leopard Addresses Security - New malware alert Oct 31 2007 07:33PM
Edward R. Marczak (marczak radiotope com) (2 replies)
RE: How Leopard Addresses Security - New malware alert Oct 31 2007 09:09PM
David Harley (david a harley gmail com) (2 replies)
RE: How Leopard Addresses Security - New malware alert Nov 01 2007 12:19PM
Don Rhodes (drhodes mail colgate edu)
RE: How Leopard Addresses Security - New malware alert Oct 31 2007 10:30PM
Todd Woodward (todd_woodward symantec com)
Re: How Leopard Addresses Security - New malware alert Oct 31 2007 08:12PM
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Re: How Leopard Addresses Security - New malware alert Oct 31 2007 06:13PM
Paul Schmehl (pauls utdallas edu)
Re: How Leopard Addresses Security - New malware alert Oct 31 2007 04:44PM
Dave Schroeder (das doit wisc edu) (2 replies)
Re: How Leopard Addresses Security - New malware alert Oct 31 2007 09:59PM
Mark Senior (senatorfrog gmail com) (1 replies)
Let's keep in mind that the Nuwar/Storm also spread, entirely by the honour
system, to become the biggest supercomputer yet (by some estimates anyway).
Not that this piece of malware shows that level of sophistication or
anything...

Mark

On 10/31/07, Dave Schroeder wrote:
>
> On Oct 31, 2007, at 11:26 AM, phdevallois wrote:
>
> > A new malware has been found in the wild for mac os x 10.x
> >
> > http://www.intego.com/news/ism0705.asp
> >
> > Bad News from Britney. Your DNS has been changed.
>
> I hope we don't get excited about every little piece of malware that's
> found that requires the user to manually download something from a
> porn site and then voluntarily and explicitly grant it root-equivalent
> privileges on their system...
>
> :-/
>
> - Dave
>
<div>Let's keep in mind that the Nuwar/Storm also spread, entirely by the honour system, to become the biggest supercomputer yet (by some estimates anyway).  Not that this piece of malware shows that level of sophistication or anything...
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<div>Mark<br><br> </div>
<div><span class="gmail_quote">On 10/31/07, <b class="gmail_sendername">Dave Schroeder</b>  wrote:</span>
<blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="PADDING-LEFT: 1ex; MARGIN: 0px 0px 0px 0.8ex; BORDER-LEFT: #ccc 1px solid">On Oct 31, 2007, at 11:26 AM, phdevallois wrote:<br><br>> A new malware has been found in the wild for mac os x
10.x<br>><br>> <a href="http://www.intego.com/news/ism0705.asp">http://www.intego.com/news
/ism0705.asp</a><br>><br>> Bad News from Britney. Your DNS has been changed.<br><br>I hope we don't get excited about every little piece of malware that's
<br>found that requires the user to manually download something from a<br>porn site and then voluntarily and explicitly grant it root-equivalent<br>privileges on their system...<br><br>:-/<br><br>- Dave<br></blockquote></div>
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RE: How Leopard Addresses Security - New malware alert Nov 01 2007 07:48PM
Todd Woodward (todd_woodward symantec com)
RE: How Leopard Addresses Security - New malware alert Oct 31 2007 05:52PM
David Harley (david a harley gmail com)


 

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