Re: [Full-Disclosure] Look what's back for New Years
From: Papp Geza (pappgeza_at_tolna.net)
To: "Bojan Zdrnja" <Bojan.Zdrnja@LSS.hr> Date: Wed, 31 Dec 2003 01:37:59 +0100
2003. december 31., 0:12:59, írtad:
>> me off-list and I'll zip it to you). Headers etc below for
>> your amusement.
BZ> They never stopped. It's Gibe-F.
BZ> part000.txt - is OK
RPC-DCOM viruses is never stopped, other more new variant is.
This mail recieve before 10 min
W32/Agobot-BT is a network worm which also allows unauthorised remote access to the computer via IRC channels.
W32/Agobot-BT copies itself to network shares with weak passwords and attempts to spread to computers using the DCOM RPC and the RPC locator vulnerabilities.
These vulnerabilities allow the worm to execute its code on target computers with System level priviledges. For further information on these vulnerabilities and for details on how to protect/patch the computer against such attacks please see Microsoft security bulletins MS03-001 and MS03-026. MS03-026 has been superseded by Microsoft security bulletin MS03-039.
W32/Agobot-BT copies itself to the Windows system folder as sysinfo.exe and creates the following registry entries to run itself on system restart:
Each time W32/Agobot-BT is run it attempts to connect to a remote IRC server and join a specific channel.
W32/Agobot-BT attempts to terminate various processes related to anti-virus and security software (e.g. SWEEP95.EXE, BLACKICE.EXE and ZONEALARM.EXE).
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