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#1 friarduck


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Posted 05 March 2010 - 06:01 AM

Two nights ago, I received a yahoo messenger message from a former workmate of mine asking me to look at a family photo with a link to a legitimate looking facebook page. When clicked, it redirected to an unidentified Myspace location and promptly tried to install six cookies. I blocked them, but it still installed a variant of win32:malware-gen. It was found in file TRZ33A.tmp and it immediately opened a permanent port connection via infocard.exe. It appears to have removed easily with an Avast boot scan.
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