Beagle.M was discovered by antivirus organizations sometime earlier today
as a level 2/low threat, but due to increased prevalence it has been
upgraded to a level 3/medium alert.
I have forced beta virus definitions onto the central servers since live
update/intellgent update definitions are not yet published. This means if
you are using a computer with the on-campus/managed version of SAV you
will have to wait for the central servers to push virus definitions to you
because you won't be able to live update successfully.
More information about Beagle.m (aka *Bagle-n*) can be found at:
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Stand-alone removal tools are not yet available from any of the reputable
antivirus organizations, however a full scan using SAV with 3/13/2004
virus defs should detect and clean up after Beagle.M. I will update the
list if/when a tool becomes available.
Questions or problems regarding Beagle.M should be directed to CIT
Helpline at [log in to unmask] or 6-2604.