[Esd-l] Anyone have an invariant signature for Goker?

Murray Crane mcrane at longbridge.com
Mon Dec 17 08:06:01 PST 2001

On Mon, 17 Dec 2001 13:12:07,  I wrote:

>Well, running a 'diff' against the two copies of this that we have quarantined so far I would suggest that the base64 encoded attachments are identical, certainly for the two 
>examples I have gotten. It may be possible to fashion a local rule based on that base64 encoding, which I have seen done for another virus (hybris).
>A thought, surely.  I'd be happy to pool quarantined examples to help move this along.

For those who like a quick fix, here's a recipe I threw together that correctly blocks the two examples I have in our quarantine.  YMMV, as aways.  

If anyone has further examples to test against this, I'd be grateful.

Kind regards

Murray Crane
Network Systems Administrator
Longbridge International Plc


# Trap Goker? (Signature as of 2001-12-17)
* > 20000
* < 30000
* ^Content-Type: multipart/mixed;
        :0 B hfi
        * ^EEBIC15ZwxU4uJId22TbT3yB7KQPAG6
        * ^h3d4ZUVIh2drW2uwe0v8iBOmeNjo
        | formail -A "X-Content-Security: [$HOST] NOTIFY" \
                  -A "X-Content-Security: [$HOST] QUARANTINE" \
                  -A "X-Content-Security: [$HOST] REPORT: Trapped Gokar worm - see http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/w32.gokar.a@mm.html"

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