Re: How do you know you didn't get infected by Swen?

From: Jeff (
Date: 11/27/03

Date: Thu, 27 Nov 2003 18:03:50 GMT

On Mon, 17 Nov 2003 04:44:08 -0800, wylbur37 wrote:

> How can you really determine whether or not your computer has been
> infected by the Swen worm?
I can understand how this might be a problem. One way you could check is
install a packet sniffer (like Ethereal) and monitor SMTP activity for
awhile. If you have the virus it should be sending out stuff frequently
which you should easily be able to spot.


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