New virus diguised as Saddam Hussein death.
Some versions also claim to have pictures of a captured Osama Bin Laden. Users who run the attached file on a Windows computer risk infecting their PCs. The worm will then attempt to forward itself onto other email addresses and vulnerable computers, attempt to disable anti-virus and security software, and install an email relay module which can be used by external hackers for sending spam. The Bobax-H worm exploits the same LSASS vulnerability first reported by Microsoft on 13 April 2004 in Microsoft Security Bulletin MS04-011, and later exploited by the widespread Sasser worm.
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|Publication:||Database and Network Journal|
|Date:||Feb 1, 2005|
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