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Re: [Full-Disclosure] Re: Microsoft Update Loader msrtwd.exe
From: S.A. Birl (sbirl+full-disclourseconcept.ocis.temple.edu)
Date: Fri Sep 03 2004 - 08:52:20 CDT
On Sep 3, Über GuidoZ (nospam-uberguidozgmail.com.ns) typed:
UGZ: Easy sparky. Maybe it isn't his choice that he cannot release the EXE.
UGZ: It's entirely possible, in fact, quite likely, that some "higher up"
UGZ: who knows dick about IT and viruses got scared and said "This cannot
UGZ: be shared with anyone! If it doesm you'll lose your job". Just because
UGZ: they are worried about their image or that the file might contain
UGZ: sensitive data.
UGZ: I have run into this situation MANY times. There is usually little you
UGZ: can do about it as an IT staff member or a consultant. So the next
UGZ: best thing - ask a group of people that might have a clue what's going
UGZ: on, WITHOUT needing to see or analyze said file.
UGZ: Sheesh, give the guy a break. The only pollution I've noticed lately
UGZ: is rude comments.
Aye, Über is correct.
When I first posted, I didnt have the EXE. When I did receive a copy of
the file, I was told I cannot sent it outside of the network.
Besides, Ive been on this list long enough to know that questions like
mine are asked from time to time.
On Thu, 2 Sep 2004 20:30:53 +0200 (CEST), A bitter Feher Tamas<etomcatfreemail.hu> wrote:
> When the f*ck will people finally realize that it is NOT possible to say
> anything about a file without actually having the file?
> If you wanna know what the f*ck this or that file is, go to and feed that
> file here:
> Less than 50 chars to remember and you can stop polluting this list.
> Regards: Tamas Feher.
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