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From: "Peter Marchant"
Subject: Re: Anyone seen these viruses?
Date: Fri, 4 Oct 2002 14:13:12 +0100
Organization: ARM Limited
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This explains Bugbear =o)
Nasty. I think you will being altering passwords etc after reading this
"Terry Pinnell" wrote in message
> I got around to doing a scan with Norton AntiVirus today and found a
> total of 20 files 'infected'. Some were duplicates (backups, etc) so
> they boiled down to these 7 files infected by what appear to be 3
> viruses of similar origin. Anything known about them please?
> File Virus name
> -------------------- ------------------
> decrypt-password.exe W32.Frethem.L@mm
> href.exe W32.Klez.H@mm
> Box W32.Bugbear@mm
> ie4.bat W32.Klez.H@mm
> solarplus3.doc.exe W32.Bugbear@mm
> virusreport.html.exe W32.Bugbear@mm
> ZIGZAG.exe W32.Klez.H@mm
> Terry, West Sussex, UK
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