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From: elcamino74ss at gmail.com (darren windham)
Subject: Virus/Trojan trying to connect external:445 and 212.175.149.149.6667

Can you verify if you have any connections making it out to that
212.175.149.149 address?  It appears to be a host located in Turkey.
I may have already pulled the whois info on this host from ripe.net
>From looking at the contact info for the host is looks like possibly a
broadband provider in Turkey.  http://www.telekom.gov.tr/

I'd verify you don't have an active connection to an outside host and
get that windows host off your network so you do some more research.


On Fri, 22 Oct 2004 10:38:59 +0200, Murat Bicer <mbicer@...il.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> 
> I am seeing some network traffic for some windows host trying to
> contact random remote hosts port 445 and these hosts also try to
> connect 212.175.149.149.6667
> 
> Is this some kind of an IRC bot/trojan?
> 
> Anybody aware of it?
> 
> We cannot find anything with the virus scanner.
> This virus is very chatty, and keeping the network very busy.
> 
> Any suggestions?
> 
> Best,
> Murat
> 
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