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They stole the keystroke logging code from the FBI's Magic Lantern. Norton and McAfee said they wouldn't alert customers to the presence of this trojan, so that was the only way to get them to do their jobs.
Originally posted by williamwbishop contemplating getting it on purpose...
I opened it with Ark in a /tmp subdirectory when the first document.zip made it to my Inbox. Then looked at the document.exe file. If I am correct, it can't do anything to a Linux box because this is what it does...
When W32.Novarg.A@mm is executed, it does the following:
1. Creates the following files:
* %System%\Shimgapi.dll: Shimgapi.dll acts as a proxy server, opening TCP listening ports in the range of 3127 to 3198. The backdoor also has the ability to download and execute arbitrary files.
* %Temp%\Message: This file contains random letters and is displayed using Notepad.
I'm no Linux expert, but if I'm correct, this particular worm can't do anything to a Linux system. Is this correct?
u think these worms would get smarts, a smart worm would srat and attack in like only hours after it was relaesed, long b4 anyone could alert the worl of a new worm, thus acutaly doing somthing that is meaningful, like dos attack sco and ms? (not realy meaningful, but it is to the virus wirters who are no doupt just out to hurt them)