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New Windows DCOM Worm - msblast.exe (fwd)







David Mirza Ahmad
Symantec

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Subject: New Windows DCOM Worm -  msblast.exe
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dave, can you send this on to the list?  my cross-posting ways have left me
wondering which list you're wanting more details for.

message follows...

i've just got a copy of this Windows DCOM Worm from a nice fellow on another
list.

it matches the MD5 at http://isc.sans.org/diary.html?date=2003-08-11 of
5ae700c1dffb00cef492844a4db6cd69.  that's the EXE's MD5, not the unpacked
EXE version or the MD5 of the ZIP i received it in.  i have not launched it
yet, but i did note it made its way past three layers of virus protection
without being detected.

yes, we do use the same AV for all parts of our network, but that's 'cause
we're a small company with limited resources.  so don't bitch at me about
it.  :)

we've got NAV Corporate 8.00.0.9374 with scan engine 4.1.0.15 and
definitions of 06/08/2003 rev. 4 (the most current at this time) and it is
not detected.

David Vincent  CNA/MCSE
Network Administrator

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david.vincent@mightyoaks.com


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