Re: New anti-blaster worm attempts to fix RPC/DCOM vuln - W32/Nachi.worm

From: J. Reilink (
Date: 08/20/03

Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2003 14:00:10 +0200

R Green wrote:

> Wouldn't be surprised if Microsoft had released this worm in an effort to
> protect their own arse (ie. the windowsupdate site)..

Yeah, right... If you've read the article(s) you'd know that the worm does a
little more than patching the RPC DCOM hole. Among other things, it exploits
a vulnerability in NTDLL.DLL (MS03-007) and overwrites some files (such as

Met vriendelijke groet / Best regards,
Jan Reilink
		Dutch Security Information Network,

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