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Re: New MyDoom variant
From: Marc Hultquist <marc () cks co za>
Date: Thu, 5 Aug 2004 06:55:25 +0200
We have recently had a few mydoom-o virus's appearing with a file name of
text.zip. No harm was done, but then seem to be arriving quite alot.
On Wednesday, 4 August 2004 21:18, "Elliott C. Bäck" wrote:
According to Computer Associates:
The attachment name may also be the e-mail address of the recipient.
The attachment could also be in a ZIP archive, and can have a "double
extension", with "doc", "txt", "htm" or "html" followed by many spaces,
then the real extension."
Elliott C. Bäck
Paul Kurczaba wrote:
What extension does the attachment have (exe, pif, zip)?
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