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Re: Infecting the KaZaA network?
From: "Brad Maloney" <kicker () psu edu>
Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2002 02:42:23 -0500

KaZaA downloads the installation executable in chunks from different
clients.
When peiced back together in the end to make the final executable, you'd
have
a corrupt executable due to the inconsistent filesizes of an infected exe
and
clean exe.


-    Brad



From: "Andrew McClymont" <andrewmcclymont () d-link net>
Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2002 3:10 PM
Subject: Infecting the KaZaA network?


I just found out a folder named "My shared folder" under the KaZaA
installation folder.

[snip]

What happens if I infect the files under "My shared folder" with a virii
or some trojan, every user that gets their KaZaA client from my computer
gets screwed, right?  And then, the victim himself will be sharing the
KaZaA client infected to new victims.



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