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Assembler snippet (Re: Suspicious WebDAV Traffic)
From: Tom Stewart (tastewarALUM.MIT.EDU)
Date: Wed Apr 14 2004 - 07:56:01 CDT
I don't consider myself an assembler hacker by any stretch, but I do read it doing every day debugging. Sorry, but this isn't code, it's data. Lots of spaces, periods, carriage return/linefeeds, numbers, letters.
The fact that something *can* be disassembled doesn't mean it's code. CS stands for Code Segment, and it's supposed to be a prefix to a data reference to override the default segment (generally DS or SS). Alone, it doesn't mean anything, AFAIK. A 2E also happends to be a . character. Now, which interpretation is most likely?
BTW, even though it is data, that doesn't mean it isn't malicious.
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