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Fwd: MSN Messenger Malware? 2005-04-15
Mikey (mike_chan_ hotmail com) (1 replies)
Sorry...that example should have read;

>[05:29:29 PM] Colleague2: its you!
>[05:29:30 PM] Colleague2:
> http://hydr0.net/pictures.php?email=email2@hotmai
> l.com

Thanks to those who have pointed it out.

Cheers,

Michael.

>To: focus-virus (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
>From: Mike

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Re: MSN Messenger Malware? 2005-04-15
Brian Marince (badbois4l gmail com)
MSN Messenger Malware? 2005-04-15
Mikey (mike_chan_ hotmail com) (1 replies)
Hi all.

I haven't been following the virus scene very closely of late so this may
be an old one. Still, I wouldn't mind if someone could help me identify if
it is and if it isn't, bring it to the attention of the proper authorities.

Firstly, a bit about the environment; I am running MSN Messenge

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RE: MSN Messenger Malware? 2005-04-15
Neil A Trevains (neil trevains tradition co uk)
WinCE.Dust Remover Concept 2005-04-07
Michael (rottenvx yahoo com) (1 replies)
Hello all.

I am looking to design a virus remover tool for
WinCE.Dust (Pocket PC Virus infecting Windows Mobile
2003). For those of you aware and into this malware
research working domain, could you please share some
schematics and/or logical structures/concepts for
proper removal of this malware ?

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Re: WinCE.Dust Remover Concept 2005-04-08
Ratter (ratter atlas cz)
R: Potential Virus Problem 2005-04-07
Lino Riccobono (b riccobono infolab-it com)
Can this help you?

http://castlecops.com/postt109817.html

Lino Riccobono

-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: Steve Earls [mailto:tron646 (at) yahoo (dot) com [email concealed]]
Inviato: mercoledì 6 aprile 2005 22.23
A: focus-virus (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
Oggetto: Potential Virus Problem

Some of our business units are experiencing

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re: Potential Virus Problem 2005-04-07
infosecgroup (infosecgroup gmail com)
I work at a large University in the Infosec office. We have had a
about a dozen new variants of S/D bot in our environment in the last 6
months. We find and send the malicious file(s) to McAfee and they send
us an extra.dat file back which will find and remove the new bug. How
to submit a file is

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Potential Virus Problem 2005-04-06
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

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strange behavior from TrojanHunter 2005-03-28
Nuno Costa (webcenter sapo pt) (1 replies)
hello all,

i was reading a document saying very well about trojanHunter so i
have download the software...

i use avast anti-virus, its realy a good AV... i have install
TrojanHunter everything was ok, when i start scanning, about 1min
after the scan, avast detects a file DuvsiiM.exe in temp files,

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Re: strange behavior from TrojanHunter 2005-03-29
Alexander Chamandy (envescent gmail com)
RE: Possible New Sasser Variant 2005-03-24
Jefferies, Darren (Darren Jefferies health wa gov au)
Hi Syklops, this sounds exactly like a virus that hit my home PC last year. It has an executable (VB app) which sets the policies in XP to disallow running Regedit and Task Manager, closes programs at random and disables shutdown. The files used by this are: LSASSS.exe and M00.exe. It uses (off m

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RE: Possible New Sasser Variant 2005-03-23
Gareth Smith (gareth webwizkid net)
The guy possible had multiple virus doing different things to his computer if his antivirus wasn't up to date, and the Sassar virus could have just been one of many virus loading when his windows started.

Did you remove all the extra programs from starting up before trying to remove the sassar viru

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Re: Possible New Sasser Variant 2005-03-23
Mike Wissa (mwissa socal devry edu)
rename taskmgr.exe to a different name. Most likely the virus is
shutting down the task.
Thanks

>>> "Syklops" <syklops (at) duicon (dot) com [email concealed]> 3/23/2005 11:32:51 AM >>>
Hi Guys,

I work in Technical support for BT Yahoo Broadband and had a call from
a =
guy who appeared to have the sasser, the system was shutt

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Possible New Sasser Variant 2005-03-23
Syklops (syklops duicon com) (3 replies)
Hi Guys,

I work in Technical support for BT Yahoo Broadband and had a call from a =
guy who appeared to have the sasser, the system was shutting down when =
trying to access websites, and I attempted to fix the problem using =
CTRL+ALT+DEL and kill the lsasss process, however, when I do that, Task

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Re: Possible New Sasser Variant 2005-03-24
Nick FitzGerald (nick virus-l demon co uk)
Re: Possible New Sasser Variant 2005-03-23
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Re: Possible New Sasser Variant 2005-03-23
Mark C Roper (Mark C Roper noaa gov)
RE: [cisspforum] Microsoft antivirus - is it beta? 2005-03-18
Bond, William D (william d bond lmco com)
> Subsequently, I have been receiving announcements from "Auto Update"
that the
"Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool" was ready for installation.
Previously I found this completely bewildering. In the latest instance,
if you
choose "Custom Install," it does inform you that the tool will run

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RE: [TH-research] Microsoft antivirus - is it beta? 2005-03-16
Zak Dechovich (Zak SecureOL com)
Hi All,

Long time didn't contribute to the list,

I think that your assessment is right and wrong :-) , you are viewing it
from the wrong perspective.

The only guys that actually care if product A removes registry keys or
product B is looking for other keys are us! In my humble opinion there
is no

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Microsoft antivirus - is it beta? 2005-03-16
Rob, grandpa of Ryan, Trevor, Devon & Hannah (rslade sprint ca) (1 replies)
Some months back, Microsoft announced the purchase of an antivirus company.
For those in malware research, this appeared to be an indicator that Microsoft
would be getting back into the field. Apparently, very few of us are old enough to
recall the first time Microsoft "produced" an antivirus p

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Re: Microsoft antivirus - is it beta? 2005-03-18
Steve (securityfocus delahunty com) (1 replies)
RE: Microsoft antivirus - is it beta? 2005-03-22
Steve Fletcher (safletcher insightbb com)
Social viruses ? (Hi5, Ringo, etc.) 2005-03-11
Chris Caydes (chris caydes gmail com) (1 replies)
In the past few weeks, I have received a few messages from people that
I know, asking me to join their "network of friends" on such sites as
Ringo, Hi5 and Bebo. From what I understand, these sites offer you to
hold your address book for you. The idea is that each member keeps his
own contact info u

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Re: Social viruses ? (Hi5, Ringo, etc.) 2005-03-11
Steve (securityfocus delahunty com) (1 replies)
Fwd: Social viruses ? (Hi5, Ringo, etc.) 2005-03-12
Zainal Abidin Ahmad (kembarawan gmail com)
MIME filtering immune to new MyDoom 2005-02-22
lsi (stuart cyberdelix net)
Well, the new MyDoom "was created by repackaging an older MyDoom
variant in an encrypted "wrapper" so that anti-virus software could
not recognise it" according to Techworld - seeing a red rag I quickly
checked my filtered folder and oopsie! Thar' she blows ...

According to Symantec the worm ma

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RE: email-borne viruses hit zero 2005-01-29
Roger A. Grimes (roger banneretcs com)
I can believe email malware is going down...maybe...(heck, macro and
boot viruses ruled the world each for a few years before the next big
thing came along)...but I would bet money that Internet scanning worms
and bots have more than made up for the drop in email-only worms.

Roger

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