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#1 cybersrk

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Posted 13 April 2001 - 20:56

Postovana gospodo,
Dobio sam ovakav jedan mail, pa mi je lakse da ga obnarodujem na ovaj nacin, nego da ga saljem na x adresa. Molim da mi ne zamerite na tome. Predpostavljam da ste vec obavesteni, no ne lezi vraze. Mail dakle.

Importance: high

This virusmessage (from Compaq Computer Corporation) is Virus with no cure.
If You receive an e-mail that reads "Upgrade Internet" do not open it, as it contains an executable file named "perrin.exe" it will erase all the data in your hard drive and it will stay in your memory.
Every time that you upload any data, that data will be automatically erased and you will not be able to use your computer again.
This information was published yesterday in the CNN web site.
This is a very dangerous virus.
To this date, there is no known anti-virus program for this particular virus. The list below, sent by IBM, contains the names of some e-mails that, if received, SHOULD NOT BE OPENED and must be deleted immediately. Because they contain attached viruses.
This way Your computer will be safe.
The Titles are:
13)The Phantom Menace
17)I Love You
18)Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs
19)CELCOM Screen Saver or CELSAVER.EX
20)Win a Holiday (e-mail)
Announced by Microsoft
There is a virus out flow being sent to peopla via e-mail. It is considered the A.I.D.S. VIRUS of computers.
It will destroy your memory, sound card and speakers, your drive and it will infect your mouse or pointing device as well as your keybords /hm-m, jednom recju, sve - prim.pisc./, making it so that you can't type and it will not register on the screen. It self-terminates only after it eats 5MB of hard drive space and it will delete all programs.
It will come via an e-mail called "OPEN. VERY COOL!". DELETE IT, immediately! It will basically render your computer useless.
If you receive an e-mail titled "Win a Holiday" DO NOT OPEN IT! It will erase everything on your hard drive.
This is a new, very malicious virus and not many people know about it.
This information was announced yesterday morning from Microsoft.

Distributed from: Jonathan R Folstein
to: kamenitza@yahoogroups.com

Uh. Trebalo je ovo otkucati. Ovo mora da su neke zle Jeshe smislile sve.

[ Izmena poruke: cybersrk na dan 2001-04-13 21:58 ]


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Posted 19 September 2001 - 13:07

ko se bre mucio da ovo otkuca ti ili on(i)???
ko zna na kom si ti sajtu bio i gde si ovo pokupio .svasta mogu oni da ti urade ! pazi !
i meni su nekoliko puta pokusali neki drugi da smeste!

#3 zarkos

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Posted 22 November 2001 - 21:57

To su e-mail-ovi koji spadaju u grupu tzv. virusa (HOAX) t.j. mailovi koji u stvari nisu virusi a ni upozorenja nego eto tek tako se zaj***vaju. Trenutni hit HOAX je mail koji te upozorava da ako primis mail koji sadrzi attachment sa Budweiser-ovom maskotom zabom, automatski primis virus i rasturi ti maticnu plocu, graficku kartu, hadr disk, ubije ti kevu i psa itd.. ALI da bi se zastitio pokupi fajl na tom i tom linku i bice sve u redu. U stvari taj fajl koji pokupis da bi se zastitio je trojanac. Svasta ce ti nestasni hakeri da smisle :wink:

#4 Lepotica Uspavana

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Posted 30 January 2002 - 16:15

'My Party' Worm Is No Party
By Michael Singer

A brand new worm slithering through the Web along Microsoft Outlook e-mail accounts promises a good time, but delivers a hangover.

Anti-virus experts with Anti-Virus Emergency Response Team (AVERT), the anti-virus research division of Network Associates (NASDAQ:NETA), Sunday identified the virus as W32/Myparty@MM or "MyParty" as a medium risk.

The mass-mailing worm arrives in an e-mail message with the Subject reading "new photos from my party!" and the body of the message saying:

My party... It was absolutely amazing!
I have attached my web page with new photos!
If you can please make color prints of my photos. Thanks!

The attachment line http://www.myparty.yahoo.com looks like a Web site URL but in actuality is a 29,696 byte PE file that, when launched, copies itself to C:Recycledregctrl.exe and executes that file. The users default SMTP server is retrieved from the registry. The virus then uses this SMTP server to send itself out to all addresses found in the Windows Address Book and addresses found within .DBX files.

The other problem is that the virus leaves a back-door Trojan that could leave computers open for denial of service attacks and other security breaches.

"The good news is that people in much of North America and the West have gotten the message this morning and so we're not seeing much of an impact here," says AVERT researcher April Goostree.

This virus only attempts to mass-mail itself if the calendar is showing 25, 26, 27, 28 or 29 January 2002. AVERT says there is also a variant which was only capable of spreading between 20 and 24 January 2002. On computers with correct calendar setting this variant would not replicate now.

Helsinki, Finland-based F-Secure Anti Virus says the worm was created in Russia and it will not infect computers in Russia at all.

The "My Party" e-mail worm is an example of a "reverse social engineering" virus. Reverse social engineering viruses do not rely on sensational subject lines, such as AnnaKournikova or Naked Wife, to tempt users. Instead, reverse social engineering viruses use innocuous sounding subject lines and realistic attachment names. "As users very rarely e-mail COM format executables to each other, system administrators can easily defend against attacks of this type by filtering all e-mail attachments with an extension of .COM at firewall or e-mail gateway", says F-Secure manager Mikko Hypponen.

You know a computer has been infected if you can see C:RECYCLEDREGCTRL.EXE from a DOS prompt, not from within Windows.

If you are using Windows ME, the OS utilizes a backup utility that backs up selected files automatically to the C:_Restore folder. This means that an infected file could be stored there as a backup file, and a virus scan might be unable to delete these files.

As with all other warnings, anti-virus experts say you should always be wary of attachments in your e-mail unless you are expecting it from the sender. And even then, you might want to consider calling the sender if you still are not sure.



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Posted 05 February 2002 - 22:03

Da vas prvo pozdravim i da vam se zahvalim, sto ste vrlo engleski raspolozeni.Za engleze normalno, mogu da procitaju, a za nas srbe, srpski izgleda nemoze da se napise.Treba da razmislite da u forumu ne govore i pisu svi engleski, pa bi bilo pozeljno da oni koji hoce da obaveste ili upozore ostale u forumu da se izjasne na srpskom. HVALA

Zamislite da je to objavljeno na KINESKOM ?

#6 Stoprocentni

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Posted 24 February 2002 - 15:00

Zlatno pravilo je NE otvaraj postu za koju NE znas od koga je!!! Sve pocinje od toga i od loseg explorera. Zato preporucujem svima koji posumljaju da su "zarazeni" ( sem ako nemaju neki dobar antivirusni program ) da posjete ovu adresu:


Tu mozete on-line provjeriti svoj pc.