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From: exibar at (Exibar)
Subject: Virus / Trojan

LOL, your AV scanner on your Exchange server detected it (or extension
blocked it), here's what came through for your attachment:

 01/09/2004 03:47 PM The original attachment contains a virus or meets the
File-Blocking rules. ScanMail took action:, please see
your Exchange Server administrator for details!

   All the AV vendors should have DATS/Defs for it by now.  Symantec and NAI
both do at least:

  That's the new Xombe (downloader-GJ by NAI)


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Otero, Hernan (EDS)" <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, January 09, 2004 2:47 PM
Subject: [Full-Disclosure] Virus / Trojan

Today found this suspicious file attached to an email, obviously is a virus
(our AV don?t detect it :-( ). The virus/trojan is very simple, the
developer only put effort in obfuscate the strings inside the binary.

The executable file try to connect to and download a file.
This file will be located in the system directory

The url used in the GET is: /download/get.php?dist=2

This will download the binary saved as msvchost.exe

any one know what virus/trojan is this?



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