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Kaspersky Lab

March 17, 2005

Virus analysts at Kaspersky Lab have been investigating the recent Bagle outbreak, and come to the conclusion that the authors of Bagle, Zafi and Netsky are working hand in hand with each other.

SpamTool.Win32.Small.b, a malicious program which harvests email addresses from infected machines, was first detected by Kaspersky Lab analysts on 15th February. Email addresses of antivirus companies are excluded from the list it compiles. Further analysis of the situation reveals that the mass mail of this program was a preliminary stage in the attack carried out by Bagle on 1st March. In researching the Bagle outbreak, virus analysts have concluded that the authors of Bagle, Zafi and Netsky and others are working closely together; they may not be personally known to each other, but they are all using information provided by the author of Bagle to mass mail their creations.

eweek.com

February 10, 2005

Security researchers say they have found the first malware aimed at Microsoft's new anti-spyware software.

Malicious programmers are already sharpening their claws on Microsoft Corp.'s anti-spyware software, even before the application's official release. On Wednesday anti-virus firms said they uncovered the first malware that switches off Microsoft AntiSpyware, along with its other functions. Troj/BankAsh-A, also known as Trojan-Spy.Win32.Banker.jv and PWS-Banker.j, includes a keylogger and attempts to steal credit card details, turn off other anti-virus applications, delete files, install other malicious code and download code from the Internet, according to anti-virus vendor Sophos plc.

      

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