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[Full-Disclosure] Malware added in transit
From: Paul (onesteptoyahoo.com.au)
Date: Fri Mar 19 2004 - 01:37:09 CST
[Hmmmm. Interesting concept, but unlikely.
(Maybe if you were clearer about the
definition of a node?) I can't recall anything
that actually did this. Happy99 and
PrettyPark did something similar, but really just
creating a followup to the original
(innocent) message. It's unlikely you'd find
something that would/could infect a
router to perform this kind of action. Not
impossible, but unlikely.]
By node I am thinking moe of any server the file may travel through rather than a router. And my theoretical question is more concerned with downloaded files (such as media files) than email.
Thus, if a web site provides a clean media file for download, can it become tainted by travelling through a compromised server?
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