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VBS.Gormlez - New destructive virus


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#1 harrywaldron

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Posted 31 January 2005 - 07:20 AM

Many current viruses reside on infected PCs in a stealth-like manner and don't delete user data files. While the new Gormlez virus is easy to identify and block, it can cause significant loss of information on infected PCs.

VBS.Gormlez - New destructive virus
http://www.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data...gormlez@mm.html

VBS.Gormlez@mm is a mass-mailing worm that sends a copy of itself to all email addresses in the Windows Address Book and attempts to spread through file-sharing networks. The worm deletes files with a .dll, .vbs, .exe, or .wsh extension

EMAIL FORMAT:
Subject: Re: Hello
Message Body: Hey There :-)
Attachment: Hello.vbs


Message after infection:

Shutdown.vbs, Version 1.00
VBS.G0mez Is here :-p
Usage: CSCRIPT SHUTDOWN.VBS [ computer_name ]
!!!"!!!" SHUTDOWN!
G0mez will now shutdown the computer! :-)
hehehe
G0mez 0wnz U :-)

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