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From: jackhammer at (Paul Tinsley)
Subject: Heads up: Possible lsass worm in the wild

I have seen this one active and in use, it is connecting to on port 6667.  I connected to the
server and found several interestingly named channels with
interestingly named clients in them:

Channel names:
#!tenzkor  #[psy]- prefix to each client
#!!s32       #[eduz]- prefix to each client
#!rifkraca  #exc prefix to each client

On Thu, 29 Apr 2004 12:22:27 -0700, morning_wood <> wrote:
> i think the importaint thing here is that this was dropped via an lsass exploit,
> not that it is a specific type of viral agent ( agobot ) included in the drop.
> for those interested in a sample, it may be obtained at
> morning_wood
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