Re: Subject: [Full-Disclosure] Some suspicious files

From: dila (
Date: 05/01/04

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    possibly a beta version of a connect back trojan.

    seems to be able to use a website to transfer information between the
    attacker and the infected machine.

    how did you come to obtain it?

    >Hi all,
    >there are so many people interested I don't wanna send each of you
    >a single mail so I'll put it to my webserver. It would be nice if
    >someone would mirror it because this "web server" is not a business
    >server, it's my own PC :)
    >, 278 KB
    >Yours, Marcel
    >Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.

    Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.

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