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RE: Does the Worm have another Payload besides 1434 Floods?

  • From: Danny
  • Date: Sat Jan 25 20:58:20 2003


|>All disassembly analasis made shows that it is a simplistic worm designed
|>to
|>break in, execute, and start sending itself out. No system damage or host
|>embedding has been detected. The writer of the worm had no intentions of
|>causing permanent damage.
|>

For now, seeing how effective this worm was how long do you think its going to take before there are many, many variations on this worm that *DO* have malicious code and backdoor the machine in a way that will survive a reboot. 

|>>
|>It's really gone after a restart.
|>

For now :)


Cheers
Danny
Network Security Engineer
Drexel University

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