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Yet Another Outlook Worm?

He checks the sofa for loose change. how many more of these things are you going to put up with? However, suppose that suddenly everyone switched to Mozilla. Look at their adds and see what scare tactics they use. http://popupjammer.com/yet-another/yet-another-worm-kwbot-high-jack-log.html

The unpatched Outlook or OE thinks, "Ah, a MIDI file! when i tried to open the attachement i suddenly got a warning to run my visus scan immediately upon command, which i of course did after deleteing that message and the Same stuff would happen. my party… it was absolutely amazing!i have attached my web page with new photos!if you can please make color prints of my photos.

Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Good sources instead of product placement (Score:5, Informative) by SgtChaireBourne ( 457691 ) writes: on Friday June 06, 2003 @02:54AM (#6130055) Homepage I realize the editors They are not email worms, they are Outlook worms. This is where "rooting" the box comes from - you need to elevate your normal privs to super user status in order to do any real damage.

All rights reserved. viruses have been spreading themselves for at least a couple of years now by using this exploit of outlook and yet we still haven't seen microsoft take action. This is why Linux users are less suceptible to worms... If they want to release a fix for old code, rather than branch at the release and make a fix, they give you all of the "goodness" that they've been working

Thanks for playing. Stay logged in Sign up now! Soko Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:windows vs *nix - un-informed is un-informed (Score:5, Interesting) by PenguiN42 ( 86863 ) writes: on Thursday June 05, 2003 If one of these is compromised, it's not your machine anymore.

I guess it is helpful for admins to see virus warnings on slashdot though. I can't play GTA anymore! The new version has been reworked to exploit a known Microsoft vulnerability, which was also used by the Nimda worm, so that BadTrans.B may now be able to spread more effectively. So yeah I suppose people could "try" and target mozilla but I honestly don't think there is a whole lot of damage they could be allowed to do.

Thus, the e-mail client cannot over-write any system files since it lacks the autority to do so. As of Friday, a friend of mine also found out he had the same thing. Over the last 2 years they have allowed windows update to drip the updates to them. The stuff that could potentially cause harm is off by default and the and people smart enough to turn it on are smart enough not to execute worms and viruses!

He was allergic to gas. This is a great way for the worm to get likely seeming messages to fool move victims. Thor Jensen Deals Amazon Daily Deals for Geeks Deals More subscribe to our newsletter: Subscribing to a newsletter indicates your consent to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin How to permanently disable HTML mail in Outlook XP (Score:5, Informative) by cscx ( 541332 ) writes: on Thursday June 05, 2003 @11:34PM (#6129366) Homepage First,

For every bug it strips out it will strip out a legitmite file as well. Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:and again (Score:5, Insightful) by CausticWindow ( 632215 ) writes: on Thursday June 05, 2003 @09:50PM (#6128797) A much better solution than b), is to completely remove Search all issuesPreview this magazine » Browse all issues1985199019952000 Jan 9, 1995Jan 16, 1995Jan 23, 1995Jan 30, 1995Feb 6, 1995Feb 13, 1995Feb 20, 1995Feb 27, 1995Mar 6, 1995Mar 13, 1995Mar 20, http://popupjammer.com/yet-another/yet-another-worm-win32-netsky-problem.html I downloaded Windows Robin(TM) a long time ago!

Period. Readers are responsible for designing, implementing and managing the voice, data and video systems their companies use to support everything from business critical applications to employee collaboration and electronic commerce. girls...

Someone said that US banks would probably not be affected, but a lot of third-world banks that do have a 56K could get hit.

This is an attempt to deceive you, the recipient, into opening the e-mail and releasing its payload.

Yet another MS Windows vulnerability & loose worm... The machines that get infected are the ones that didn't stay up to date (or in lots of cases a few years ago, were running software they shouldn't be running, like Windoze on the other hand is just about universally hated and just as easy to break. The rest of the world has plenty of free computers as well.

execute the attachment). No new comments can be posted. Competent people like free software, get used to it. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:and again (Score:4, Informative) by DarkZero ( 516460 ) writes: on Thursday June 05, 2003 @10:44PM (#6129111) And once again, those of us who know how

Anyway, today I received copies of Bugbear at a rate that only thinked it would be possible only with an internal infection, and make me doubt of how well it was It open automatically when you preview. NetApp for enterprise flash storage Review: Microsoft Teams almost as bad as its beta More Insider Sign Out Search for Suggestions for you Insider email Cloud Computing All Cloud Computing Cloud On a related note, anti-virus programs is one place where I can actually see a potential useful application of "trusted computing" (no, not necessarily Palladium).

multiple extentions) to hide the executable nature of virus code. The QNX demo floppy shows you can do a hell of a lot in 1,440 KB. What is a Jew's ideal of a perfect 10? user comments 32 comment(s) lol (11:53am est tue jan 29 2002)for those of us that know what .com does we definetly wont open it, but for all you pooo heads out

My mom doesn't even know what a zip/exe/jpg file is. Loading... two years ago. Hurry!