[Dshield] Mydoom, Navarg, Sco what ever

Johannes B. Ullrich jullrich at sans.org
Tue Jan 27 03:09:54 GMT 2004

We breifly considered raising the infocon, but the virus seems to be
dying off slowly as the AV vendors
role out new signatures.

I setup a quick graph of the 'MyDoom' e-mails dropped
by our mail server here:

BTW: I have it running in a honeypot, and I don't see the SCO.com attack
so far. Has anybody on the list here seen this?

also: www.caldera.com responds fine for me.

On Mon, 2004-01-26 at 20:39, Paul Marsh wrote:
> This thing is just cook'in along, I'm seeing them come in at spurts of a
> rate of 7 plus per minute.  This has got to be eating up bandwidth
> across the internet?  Should infocon be raised to yellow?  Wonder what
> sco.com did to piss off the author?
> Update and scan your info store before you let your users open mail
> tomorrow.
> Thanx, Paul
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