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Date: Mon Oct 31 12:34:30 2005
From: m at rtij.nl (Martijn Lievaart)
Subject: RE: Full-Disclosure Digest, Vol 8, Issue 48

>
>> The virus scanner determined the type of the file by
>> the header and it failed. That's bad news. I am
>> wondering however, when I execute that file, how does
>> the OS process the file? I guess my question is, if I
>> have a modified version of a virus, with whatever
>> header, if I try to execute that file, will the virus
>> code get executed?
>
> Lets see, do you think this would be executed?
> -------------------------------------------------------
> MZ%Nihilist%
> %Nihilist%@...o off
> %Nihilist%set num=0

(snip)

Hihi, clamav cought that... :-]

M4


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