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From: Ben Greenbaum (bgreenbaumsecurityfocus.com)
Date: Tue May 15 2001 - 14:51:43 CDT
Just because a program has the same name however does not mean it is the
same thing. If something about the file is suspicious, you should compare
it to a known good copy of the program. A well-known trick is to rename
hacking tools to the names of system programs to avoid suspicion...
Director of Product Development - SIA/VulDB
On Mon, 14 May 2001, Brad Judy wrote:
> >From MS KB article Q194396 (regarding the failure of an mdm DLL):
> "Mdm.exe is the Machine Debug Manager, which is used by the Windows NT
> Option Pack and Microsoft Developer Studio to provide application debugging.
> When Script Debugging is enabled for Internet Explorer 4.0, the debug
> manager is initialized whenever Internet Explorer 4.0 is started."