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Asunto:[LEA-Venezuela] Virus Security Alerts.htm
Fecha:Viernes, 30 de Noviembre, 2001  19:35:55 (-0400)
Autor:Interfaz Amazonica <interfaz @.....net>

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   1. Multiani (Kaspersky)
   2. VBS.Snav (Symantec)
   3. WM97/Marker-JZ (Sophos)
   4. Girlgif.Trojan / Imnepr.dll (Symantec)
   5. Kaspersky Reports: The Other Ones (Latest Lesser Known Viruses): ActiveX, Blaster, Bumerang, Exploit, Fintas, Kadra, Quamo, Redex, Toil, Paukor, Yerg
   6. VBS.Alal (Symantec)
   7. W32.Aliz.Worm (Symantec)
   8. W32.CBlade.Worm (Symantec)
   9. W32.Eira.57344@mm / I-Worm.Quamo (Symantec)
   10. W32.Elem.Trojan (Symantec)
   11. W32/Cblade.Worm / SQL Worm (Mcafee)
   12. W97M/Marker.JY (Mcafee)
   13. BadtransII Reaches Global Epidemic Proportions (Kaspersky)
   14. I-Worm.BadtransII (Kaspersky)
   15. Win32.Badtrans.29020 (CA)
   16. WORM_CBLAD.A (Trend Micro)
   17. Aliz (F-Secure)
   18. Aliz's Seeds Sown in May Bear Fruit in November (Kaspersky)
   19. BadTrans.B (F-Secure)
   20. BadTrans.B - A New Variant Emerges (About)
   21. BadtransII Is Out There: Additional Text (Kaspersky)
   22. I-WORM/BADTRANS.B Spreading At Lightning Speed, Using E-Mail Attachments (FAV)
   23. IWorm_Badtrans (F-Secure)
   24. PSW.GIP - New Trojan "Gips" into Passwords (Kaspersky)
   25. Troj/PWS-AV dropped by W32/Badtrans-B worm (Sophos)
   26. W32.Badtrans.B@mm (Symantec)
   27. W32/Badtrans-B (Sophos)
   28. W32/Badtrans.B@mm (CSAV)
   29. W32/Badtrans@MM (Mcafee)
   30. W97M.Twopey.B (Symantec)
   31. Win32.BadTrans.13312 Worm / Win32.Badtrans.21882 Trojan (CA)
   32. WORM_ALIZ.A (Trend Micro)
   33. WORM_BADTRANS.B (Trend Micro)
   34. Aliz (F-Secure)
   35. PE_JIMMY.B (Trend Micro)
   36. W32.Delalot.Trojan (Symantec)
   37. WM97/Ethan-EN (Sophos)
   38. WM97/Marker-JX (Sophos)
   39. MoSucker (F-Secure)
   40. W32/Redesi-H (Sophos)
   41. WORM_PETTICK.A (Trend Micro)
   42. BAT.Sakura (Kaspersky)
   43. Beware of WORM.BUMERANG (Kaspersky)
   44. FORM Boot Virus Attacks on the 16th of Each Month (Kaspersky)
   45. I-Worm.Finaldo (Kaspersky)
   46. VBS_PILA.A (Trend Micro)
   47. W32.Funsoul@mm (Symantec)
   48. W32.Viled.gen (Symantec)
   49. W97M.Death.C (Symantec)
   50. Win32.Yerg (Kaspersky)
   51. W32/Klez-D (Sophos)
   52. WM97/Goodday-C (Sophos)
   53. WM97/Marker-FP (Sophos)
   54. WM97/Wrench-T (Sophos)
   55. TROJ_KLEZ.C (Trend Micro)
   56. W32.Klez.D@mm (Symantec)
   57. W32.Paukor.B@mm (Symantec)
   58. W32/Klez-C (Sophos)
   59. VBS.Bici (demo) (Symantec)
   60. W97M.Cerin.A (Symantec)
   61. WM97/Myna-Fam (Sophos)
   62. WM97/Wrench-Q (Sophos)
   63. Nimda.E (F-Secure)
   64. PE_NIMDA.E
   65. W32/Klez-B (Sophos)
   66. XM97/Divi-AN (Sophos)
   67. XM97/Divi-R (Sophos)
   68. XM97/Slacker-E (Sophos)
   69. Nimda is Breeding (Kaspersky)
   70. TROJ_PWS.REDNECK (Trend Micro)
   71. W32.Nimda.E@mm (Symantec)
   72. W32/Nimda-D (Sophos)
   73. WM97/Ded-K (Sophos)
   74. W32.ElKern.3326 (Symantec)
   75. Combination of a Worm and Virus - Klez & ElKern - Going Around (F-Secure)
   76. PE_ELKERN.A (Trend Micro)
   77. TROJ_ANSET.B (Trend Micro)
   78. TROJ_KLEZ.A (Trend Micro)
   79. W32.Klez.A@mm (Symantec)
   80. I-Worm.Anset (Kaspersky) - A New Internet Worm Terrorizes German Users
   81. I-Worm.Kiray (Kaspersky)
   82. PE_TOAL.A (Trend Micro)
   83. TROJ_RUSH.A (Trend Micro)
   84. TROJ_SEPTER.A (Trend Micro)
   85. VBS_VBSWG.GEN (Trend Micro)
   86. An Outbreak of Anthrax on the Internet? ANTRAXINFO.VBS or ANTRAX.JPG.VBS (Kaspersky)
   87. Backdoor.Oblivion (Symantec)
   88. JS_EXCEPTION.C (Trend Micro)
   89. Redesi.A and Redesi.B Worms: Beware of the Bogus Patches (Kaspersky)
   90. TROJ_BADTRANS.A (Trend Micro)
   91. VBS.Dayumi (Symantec)
   92. VBS.VBSWG.D@mm (Symantec)
   93. W32.Anset.Worm (Symantec)
   94. W32.DpBot.Trojan (Symantec)
   95. W32.JavaKiller.Trojan (Symantec)
   96. W32.Nimda.B@mm (Symantec)
   97. W32.Nimda.C@mm (Symantec)
   98. W32.Redesi.B@mm (Symantec)
   99. W32.Redesi@mm (Symantec)
   100. W32.Toal.A@mm (Symantec)
   101. W97M.Grac.A (Symantec)
   102. W97M.Thelar.A (Symantec)
   103. WebMoney Users Are Once Again in a "High-Risk" Group: Backdoor.KWM (Kaspersky)
   104. WM97/Myna-AZ (Sophos)
   105. Zeton.Mirc (Symantec)
   106. JS_SEEKER.B (Trend Micro)
   107. Kaspersky Labs Warns Not to Use the Internet or E-Mail without the [NIMDA] Patch
   108. Kaspersky Labs Warns of the Possible Exploitation of the Recent Tragic Events [WTC.TXT.VBS]
   109. New Victims of the Nimda Network Worm (Kaspersky)
   110. Nimda (F-Secure)
   111. PE_DION.A (Trend Micro)
   112. PE_NIMDA.A (Trend Micro)
   113. TROJ_JESTRO.A (Trend Micro)
   114. TROJ_KALM.A.SVR (Trend Micro)
   115. TROJ_VOTE.A (Trend Micro)
   116. TROJ_VOTE.B (Trend Micro)
   117. TROJ_VOTE.C (Trend Micro)
   118. W32.HLLW.Giwin (Symantec)
   119. W97M.Likon.A (Symantec)
   120. W97M.Tador.A (Symantec)
   121. Warning: Fake Message Contains Trojan
   122. CERT® Advisory CA-2001-26 Nimda Worm
   123. DonaldD.Trojan.C (Symantec)
   124. Information on the Nimda Worm (Microsoft)
   125. Trojan.ZeroBoot (Symantec)
   126. TROJ_MUSTARD.A (Trend Micro)
   127. Umisy.2322 (Symantec)
   128. W32.Nimda.A@mm (Symantec)
   129. Your Stolen Passport
   130. %u Encoding IDS Bypass Vulnerability
   131. Blue Code: A Worm that Fights Code Red and IIS Servers
   132. IRC.Forca.Worm (Symantec)
   133. Multi-Vendor Unicode IDS Bypass
   134. OF97/Jerk-J (Sophos)
   135. TROJ_BLUECODE.A (Trend Micro)
   136. TROJ_WHISTLER.A (Trend Micro)
   137. W32.BlueCode.Worm (Symantec)
   138. CODERED.B (Trend Micro)
   139. Cuerpo: A Stealth Worm with Perfected Spreading Technology (Kaspersky)
   140. I-Worm.Readme
   141. Lustrous Attraction to Lara Croft Threatens Computer Safety
   142. PE_Funlove.4099 (Trend Micro)
   143. PE_MAGISTR.B (Trend Micro)
   144. The Return of Magistr
   145. TROJ_APOST.A (Trend Micro)
   146. VBS/Cuerpo-A (Sophos)
   147. Win32.All3gro.A: New Worm Cleans Up--and Maybe Cleans Out--Infected Machines
   148. WM97/Ethan-EJ (Sophos)
   149. WM97/Titch-K (Sophos)
   150. W95.SoFunny.Worm@m (Symantec)
   151. Apost [/ Urquest / Yoview / Urgent] (F-Secure)
   152. CERT® Advisory CA-2001-24: Vulnerability in OpenView and NetView
   153. New Code Red [D] Variant Discovered
   154. TROJ_ZERAF.A (Trend Micro)
   155. VBS_HAPTIME.A (Trend Micro)
   156. W32.Magistr.39921@mm (Symantec)
   157. W32.Urgent.Worm@mm (Symantec)
   158. Asylum (F-Secure)
   159. Hai (F-Secure)
   160. JS.Trojan.Loop (F-Secure)
   161. New Win32.All3gro.A Worm Poses as Helpful Program
   162. Offensive (F-Secure)
   163. SSIWG (F-Secure)
   164. WM97/Metys-L (Sophos)
   165. .ida Code Red Worm (eEye)
   166. 14 Aug 2001 - W32/Modnar.A-mm - New Mass Mailer
   167. 31 Aug 2001 - VBS/Cuerto.A-mm
   168. Backdoor.G_Door (Symantec)
   169. Backdoor.Penrox (Symantec)
   170. Backdoor.Y3KRat.12 (Symantec)
   171. Blocking Code Red Worm with Cisco IOS NBAR
   172. CERT® Advisory CA-2001-11 Sadmind/IIS Worm
   173. CERT® Advisory CA-2001-19: Code Red Worm Exploiting Buffer Overflow in IIS Indexing Service DLL
   174. CERT® Advisory CA-2001-20 Continuing Threats to Home Users
   175. CERT® Advisory CA-2001-21 Buffer Overflow in telnetd
   176. CERT® Advisory CA-2001-22 W32/Sircam Malicious Code
   177. CERT® Advisory CA-2001-23 Continued Threat of the Code Red Worm
   178. CERT® Incident Note IN-2001-09 / Code Red II: Another Worm Exploiting Buffer Overflow in IIS Indexing ServiceDLL
   179. CERT® Summary CS-2001-03: Quarterly Virus Bulletin
   180. Cisco Security Advisory: CBOS Web-based Configuration Utility Vulnerability
   181. Cisco Security Advisory: Cisco Secure Intrusion Detection System Signature Obfuscation Vulnerability
   182. Cisco Security Advisory: Code Red Worm - Customer Impact
   183. Cisco Security Advisory: IOS HTTP Authorization Vulnerability
   184. Cisco Security Advisory: Multiple SSH Vulnerabilities - Revision 1.5
   185. Code Red (F-Secure)
   186. Code Red and Access Attacks (MacFixit)
   187. Code Red II Worm Analysis Update
   188. Code Red Status / Step-by-Step Instructions for Patching IIS Servers
   189. Code Red Update
   190. Code Red: Get Rid of the Worm
   191. CodeRed II (Symantec)
   192. CODERED.A (Mcafee)
   193. CODERED.A (Trend Micro)
   194. CodeRedv3 (CA)
   195. Dealing with mallocfail and High CPU Utilization Resulting from the Code Red Worm
   196. Finjan Malicious Code Alert: Lara Croft Theme Worm
   197. Finjan Malicious Code Alert: Mawanella Worm
   198. Finjan Software Malicious Code Alert: SirCam Worm
   199. It's Back: Code Red II Strikes (TechWeb)
   200. JS.Seeker.B (Symantec)
   201. JS_EXCEPTION.GEN / Trojan.Seeker-based / JS.Exception.Exploit (Trend Micro)
   202. JS_KAKWORM.A (Trend Micro)
   203. JS_OFFENSIVE.A (Trend Micro)
   204. JS_SEEKER.W (Trend Micro)
   205. Macro Viruses
   206. Magistr (About)
   207. Magistr (F-Secure)
   208. Multiple Remote DoS Vulnerabilities in DCE/RPC Deamons
   209. NIMDA Virus Information and Step-By-Step Removal
   210. Offensive Trojan Horse Can Seriously Damage Your PC
   211. Onex (F-Secure)
   212. PDF Worm (F-Secure)
   213. PE_MAGISTR.A (Trend Micro)
   214. PE_MAGISTR.DAM (Trend Micro)
   215. PE_NIMDA.B (Trend Micro)
   216. Potok (F-Secure)
   217. Security Alert: A Message from Jerry Stalks MSN Messenger Users
   218. Security Alert: Parrot is a Dirty Bird
   219. Sircam (F-Secure)
   220. StealthWatch: Detecting the Code Red Worm and its Variants
   221. The Spread of the Code-Red Worm - CRv2 (Caida)
   222. Trojan.JS.Clid.gen (Symantec)
   223. Trojan.JS.Clid.gen (Symantec)
   224. Trojan.JS.Cover (Symantec)
   225. Trojan.Pounds (Symantec)
   226. TROJ_ALIZ.A (Trend Micro) renamed WORM_ALIZ.A on 11/24/2001
   227. TROJ_HYBRIS.DLL (Trend Micro)
   228. TROJ_HYBRIS.M (Trend Micro)
   229. TROJ_INVALID.A (Trend Micro)
   230. TROJ_NEWSAGENT.A (Trend Micro)
   231. TROJ_SIRCAM.A (Trend Micro)
   232. TROJ_SPYBOY.A (Trend Micro)
   233. Using Network-Based Application Recognition and Access Control Lists for Blocking the Code Red Worm at Network Ingress Points
   234. VBS.Fiber.C (Symantec)
   235. VBS.Proud.A@mm (Symantec)
   236. VBS.Zync.A (Symantec)
   237. VBS/FindPeach.A, aka VBS_PEACHYPDF.A, VBS/PeachyPDF@MM (CA)
   238. VBSWG.Q@mm (F-Secure)
   239. VBS_MERLIN.C (Trend Micro)
   240. Virus Glossary of Terms (Mcafee)
   241. W32 / Sircam-A (Sophos)
   242. W32.Invictus.dll (Symantec)
   243. W32.Qint@mm (Symantec)
   244. W32.SirCam.Worm@mm
   245. W32.Sircam.Worm@mm (Symantec)
   246. W32.Zoek@mm (Symantec)
   247. W32/CodeRed-II / Trojan.VirtualRoot (Sophos)
   248. W32/CodeRed.c.worm (Mcafee)
   249. W32/Finaldo-B (Sophos)
   250. W32/Jerrym (Sophos)
   251. W32/Magistr-B (Sophos)
   252. W32/Petik-K (Sophos)
   253. W32/SirCam@MM (Mcafee)
   254. W32/Sofunny (Sophos)
   255. W32/Yarik (Sophos)
   256. W97M.Marker.JG (Symantec)
   257. W97M_DED.R (Trend Micro)
   258. Win32.SirCam.137216 (CA)
   259. Win32.SQL (CAI)
   260. WM97/CopyMe-A (Sophos)
   261. WM97/Footer-AB (Sophos)
   262. WM97/Hope-P (Sophos)
   263. WM97/Marker-GG (Sophos)
   264. WM97/Marker-GP (Sophos)
   265. WM97/Thus-FB (Sophos)
   266. XM97/Laroux-OH (Sophos)
   267. Bymer Spreads Through Open Network Shares
   268. CERT® Advisory CA-2000-02 Malicious HTML Tags Embedded in Client Web Requests
   269. The FunLove Virus Worm (SANS)
   270. The Hybris Virus Comes in Many Variations
   271. Trinity v3/ Stacheldraht 1.666
Distributed Denial of Service Tool
   272. TROJ_HYBRIS.A (Trend Micro)
   273. TROJ_HYBRIS.C (Trend Micro)
   274. VBS_STAGES.A (Trend Micro)
   275. W32.HLLW.Bymer (Symantec)
   276. Who’s to Blame for this New-Found Love?
   277. FBI Alert: Explore.Zip Worm Virus
   278. PE_MTX_II.A (Trend Micro)
   279. SirCam Virus Information & Removal Details
   280. WM97/Marker-GF (Sophos)
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