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From: mike at yakastonia.com (Michael Riedel)
Subject: New REmote Windows Exploit (MS04-029)

Ok so I was dumb enough to run it.  Anyone else catch what commands they 
run/ know of a way to track.  I really don't feel like re-compiling gentoo.

-mike

Vincent Archer wrote:

>On Thu, Nov 04, 2004 at 02:32:33PM +0100, Ferdinand Klinzer wrote:
>  
>
>>It?s a simple perl script...
>>
>>and i don?t think you can call it an remote exploit?
>>    
>>
>
>It's more subtle than you think.
>
>The "exploit" is supposed to try to open a cmd tool on 31337 (eleet) on
>a target Windows. It fails; the window system is secure... but meanwhile,
>there's a perl IRC bot running in the background of *your* system.
>
>It's not a remote exploit, it's a trojan targeting the readers of this
>list.
>
>  
>


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