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AGIST Worm - uses random garbage text for message

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#1 harrywaldron


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Posted 18 July 2004 - 12:38 PM

AGIST Worm - uses random garbage text for messages

TrendLabs has received several infection reports regarding this new worm spreading via email. It uses its own SMTP engine to propagate across machines. It arrives as a randomly-named .ZIP attachemnt via email. The details of the email message it sends out are as follows:

Subject: <none>
Body of message: (the message body is pure garbage)
Attachment: <random file name>.zip

The following is a sample email message that this worm sends out

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