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RE: malware added in transit
From: "Yoanne LE MERCIER" <yoanne.lemercier () acctys com>
Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 15:06:38 +0100
It's surely possible, but I'm not aware of anything doing so at this time
(i'd be interested to see)
This kind of malware would be quite specific to be traffic aware (HTTP
down/upload, FTP, Net shares...),
to be able to understand file transfers negociations and act at the right
And a one-shot* "real-time" file transfer infection can be seriously
depending on the protocol being hikacked, packet sizes, multiple files being
network problems and much more ...
(*) "one-shot" meaning you dont reset any connection side, which would be
the most stealthy method.
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Envoyé : jeudi 18 mars 2004 13:58
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Objet : [Full-Disclosure] malware added in transit
Hi all, perhaps I'm way off-base but I've been under the impression that
malware can be added to clean transmissions as they pass through infected
nodes. Is this possible?
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RE: malware added in transit Yoanne LE MERCIER (Mar 18)
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