[Dshield] Consensus Question

Michael Leone loki at psu.edu
Wed Dec 3 18:04:44 GMT 2003

It really depends what she had on the box, and if she used her CC #'s and 
the like. But it is a sad possibility. The more we stress the seriousness 
of these threats, the more serious people will take it, and possibly lead 
to some kind of action in the long run to stop virii, trojans, scumware, 
etc... (I include scumware as well in this!).

At 09:10 AM 12/3/2003, you wrote:
>Morning All:
>   This has been on my mind for awhile now and even more last night while
>I was working on a customers box that was infected with Bugbear along
>with a few other nasty little bugs.  With all the Viri and Trojans
>running around these days for the most part an average user is unknowing
>and unprotected which inevitability ends them up being infected and
>compromised.  What do you tell them when you return the box?  I don't
>know if it's over kill telling them that they should really think about
>changing credit card numbers, password and take a good hard look at what
>personal information is/was on the box.  What is the general consensus
>of the list?
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