Neohapsis is currently accepting applications for employment. For more information, please visit our website www.neohapsis.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Re: New MSN worm?
From: Collin (myuupojo.com)
Date: Wed Feb 16 2005 - 20:04:42 CST
Ya, I have seen this running around for the past weeks and know a few
people who have gotten affected. The program seems to hijack the client
and send itself to everyone on the person's buddy list.
On Feb 15, 2005, at 3:01 PM, Felix.Simmonsedwardjones.com wrote:
> Did a little looking around, apparently this is tied to the Bropia-A
> worm. Heres a link:
> Looks to only infect once a person runs the file, but if anyone has
> this first hand otherwise let us know.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: magnus.tornekrona [mailto:magnus.tornekronacleric.se]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 15, 2005 2:21 PM
> To: incidents
> Subject: New MSN worm?
> Just arrived home, had four persons on my MSN contact list who had sent
> me the following messages:
> "LOOK! http://members.chello.nl/g.geurts1/handcuffs.pif " (with
> ':O'-smiley at the end.)
> "LMFAO! http://members.chello.nl/g.geurts1/handcuffs.pif " (with
> ':P'-smiley at the end.)
> "rofl! http://members.chello.nl/g.geurts1/handcuffs.pif " (with
> ':D'-smiley at the end.)
> I tried to wget the file, but got a 404. chello.nl has probably already
> dealt with the problem,
> at least on their own servers, but you can never be sure...
> Thus, I haven't been able to get the .pif and try to disassemble it or
> check the contents,
> and after a quick googling I haven't found anything that matches this
> new (?) virus/worm.
> Anyone else knows about this and if there's any spyware remover /
> antivirus that fixes the problem?
> Magnus Törnekrona
- application/pkcs7-signature attachment: smime.p7s