New slammer variant?

Brendan Murphy brendan.murphy at cudenver.edu
Mon Dec 1 20:59:54 GMT 2003


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Over the last couple of days we've seen some (apparently patched) 
machines get hit with what appears to be Slammer.  I've noticed that the 
SANS Incidents site is showing an increase in MSSQL-related traffic, but 
I've yet to hear of anything about a new worm ...

Anyone else running into this???

Cheers,
Brendan Murphy
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