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From: mducharme at (Maxime Ducharme)
Subject: Which worm?

Hi Bob,
    I got alot of 'em too, here are some sizes in bytes i got and number
of times they hit my host (with the leading 5 bytes) :

5125 x 1
8325 x 1
10525 x 1
36869 x 1
106629 x 1
109121 x 2
241669 x 1
278533 x 4

I did not have time to look into them yet, i can provide these
files if someone would like to study them.

Have a nice day

Maxime Ducharme
Programmeur / Sp?cialiste en s?curit? r?seau

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "bob sagart" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2004 7:53 AM
Subject: [Full-Disclosure] Which worm?

> Hey everyone
> The other night I decided to see what traffic I could capture on tcp port
> 3127 (MyDoom backdoor) since I have been getting a lot of connection
> showing up in my firewall logs.
> I got several dumps of the traffic using
> nc -l -p 3127 > out.dmp
> most of them are around 10-20kB which I thought was the about the right
> of most of the worms and backdoors using that port. But one of the dumps I
> got was 150kB and I was just wondering if anyone could tell me what I
> be?
> I cannot send it as an attachment as hotmail says it is a virus.
> Thanks.
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