I need the web address for the Science 2000 update... can anyone help me
Also our Family and Consumer Science teacher needs some software for her
class... Nutrition and Health issues... any ideas...
Albert D. Lawton
At 09:13 AM 3/12/02 -0500, you wrote:
>>Subject: Virus alert (W32.Gibe@mm)]
>>Just for information
>>A new e-mail worm has been discovered and is spreading very
>>The worm arrives as an attachment to email that appears to be from
>>Microsoft Corporation Security Center (it is not really from Microsoft
>>VIRUS ALERT! - W32.Gibe@mm >
>>There is a new email worm threat which appears to come from Microsoft!
>>W32.Gibe@mm is a worm that uses Microsoft Outlook and its own SMTP
>>engine to spread. This worm arrives in an email message--which is
>>disguised as a Microsoft Internet Security Update--
>>as the attachment Q216309.exe.
>>The fake message, which is not from Microsoft, has the following
>>From: Microsoft Corporation Security Center
>>Subject: Internet Security Update
>>this is the latest version of security update, the update which
>>all known security vulnerabilities affecting Internet Explorer and
>>MS Outlook/Express as well as six new vulnerabilities
>>How to install
>>Run attached file q216309.exe
>>How to use
>>You don't need to do anything after installing this item.
>>The attached file, Q216309.exe, is written in Visual Basic; it contains
>>other worm components inside itself. When the attached file is
>>executed, it does the following:
>>It creates the following files:
>>\Windows\Q216309.exe (122,880 bytes).
>>\Windows\Vtnmsccd.dll (122,880 bytes).
>>\Windows\BcTool.exe (32,768 bytes).
>>\Windows\GfxAcc.exe (20,480 bytes).
>>\Windows\02_N803.dat (size varies).
>>\Windows\WinNetw.exe (20,480 bytes).
>>Next, the worm then adds the following values:
>>3Dfx Acc C:\Windows\GFXACC.exe
>>to the registry key
>>The worm also creates the key
>>and adds the following values to that key:
>>Installed ... by Begbie
>>Finally, BcTool.exe attempts to send the \Windows\Q216309.exe file to
>>email addresses in the Microsoft Outlook address book, and to addresses
>>that it found in .htm, .html, .asp, and .php files and wrote to the
>>WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE INFECTED???
>>For Norton Antivirus users:
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>>For McAfee Antivirus users:
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