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From: jkuperus at planet.nl (Jelmer)
Subject: irc.trojan.fgt - new variant.

I guess It's a matter of time before someone hacks in a http server and makes it send out links like
http://victim ip/britney.jpg
Luckily microsoft patches stuff within 2 days, balmer said so so it must be true ;)


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Tom Russell 
  To: full-disclosure@...ts.netsys.com 
  Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2003 9:46 PM
  Subject: [Full-Disclosure] irc.trojan.fgt - new variant.


  Once again, another variant of irc.trojan.fgt is about.
  This one masquerades as a web page - jokes.html, and makes the unfortunate recipient say the following:

  <victim> http:// home.amis .net/krsve9/Pari/jokes.html lol :D

  (spaces added to URL to prevent accidental infection).

  The virus files are at the following location: http://kalleth.2tone-dev.com/fd/jokes-html.zip - DO NOT RUN THE EXECUTABLE AS IT IS THE VIRUS. DO NOT OPEN THE HTML PAGE IN INTERNET EXPLORER AS IT IS A VIRUS.
  </disclaimer>

  End of message.
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