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From: etomcat at freemail.hu (Feher Tamas)
Subject: New Swen worm lookalike appeared, may be big!

Window Update has determined that you are running a beta version of 
Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1). To help improve the stability of your 
computer, Microsoft recommends that you remove the beta version of 
Windows XP SP1 and re-install Windows XP SP1. If you cannot remove 
the beta version, you should still reinstall Windows XP SP1.

Windows XP SP1 provides the latest security, reliability, and 
performance updates to the Windows XP family of operating systems. 
Windows XP SP1 is designed to ensure Windows XP platform 
compatibility with newly released software and hardware, and includes 
updates to resolve issues discovered by customers or by Microsoft's 
internal testing team.

The maximum download size is approximately 3 MB, however the size 
of the download and time required may be less for computers that have 
had updates previously installed.

To minimize the download time needed for installation, setup will only 
download those files which are required to bring your computer up to 
date. Windows XP SP1 includes Internet Explorer 6 SP1.

Anti-virus software programs may interfere with the installation of 
Windows XP SP1. Please disable anti-virus software while installing the 
service pack.

Just run the file winxp_sp1.exe in attach and make sure to restart your 
PC after installation will be completed.

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File attached is "winxp_sp1.exe"
(When run, this downloader then fecthes the actual trojan "Xombe")



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