Network Associates has published a stinger removal tool that detects and
cleans up Sober.D which you can obtain from:
On Mon, 8 Mar 2004, Stefanie Ploof wrote:
> W32.Sober.D@mm was detected by antivirus organizations last night. Due to
> increased number of submissions, this is considered a medium/level 3
> I am currently installing virus definitions on the central servers to
> detect/protect against Sober.D and they will push out to desktops
> throughout the morning.
> There are currently no stand-alone removal tools for Sober.D.
> Questions or problems regarding Sober.D should be directed to CIT Helpline
> at [log in to unmask] or 6-2604.