Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by stimulator32, Jun 11, 2009.
what does this report mean?!
Many Thanks ..
Mytob charasterics include fairly almost the description you've pointed out.
You can read a extensive explanation over here.
I don't ask about Mytob, I ask about ESET's report that include the phrase 'Accepted Password' ..
accepted-password.zip would have been the name of the attachment in the infected email.
Paul was referring to this section of that article if I'm not mistaken.
"The attached file consists of a base name followed by the extension ZIP. The worm may optionally create double extensions where the first extension is DOC, TXT or HTM and the final extension is BAT, CMD, PIF, SCR, EXE or ZIP. The base filenames are randomly chosen from:
The zip file will contain the worm with double extension. The first extension will be one of DOC, HTM, TXT followed by spaces and the second extension is EXE, SCR or PIF. "
THATS'S RIGHT ..
MANY THANKS TO PAUL AND BFG ..
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