[Esa-l] Magistr worm defanged but not caught
brett at lariat.org
Wed Aug 22 11:20:57 PDT 2001
Today, I received a copy of Magistr that was defanged but
not caught by John's filter (my own checker nabbed it later
in the process). Here's what I got (sans the attachment, of
course). Any ideas on how to match this with the sanitizer?
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>Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2001 11:02:41 -0700 (PDT)
>Message-Id: <200108221802.f7MI2fx17129 at laxmls04.socal.rr.com>
>FROM: Richard Petrella <rpetrella at socal.rr.com>
>SUBJECT: February 1995 while working
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>X-Security: Warning! Do not open files attached to e-mail if you do not
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> receive them. Even if the message is from someone you know, an
> attachment can contain a virus sent without his or her knowledge.
>His back, while performing his jobs duties. Tony immediately notified the store manager, at that time, Phil Martini. Phil told Tony to wait until he; Phil could get a relief man to replace him at the receiving door, some where between 10am- 11am. Tony returned to work 3 days later. He then asked me to recommend a good Chiropractor, and I gave him the name of Dr.X-Content-Security: [lariat.org] original Content-Type was image/gif;
>Content-Type: application/octet-stream; name="HPFLDR.18643DEFANGED-EXE"
>Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="HPFLDR.18643DEFANGED-EXE"
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