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  %WinDir\au.exe

Name %WinDir\au.exe

Description

I-Worm.Bagle.b
This worm spreads via the Internet as attachments to infected emails.

The infected messages have the following characteristics:

Header:
ID x... thanks
with x being a string of random characters.

Body:
Yours ID x
--
Thank
with x being a string of random characters.

Attachment:
The attachment has a random name, with a file size of 11KB.

The worm copies itself to the Windows system directory under the name 'au.exe'.
Adds the value: "au.exe" = "%system%\au.exe"
to registry key:
[HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run]
Also creates the following registry key:
[HKCU\SOFTWARE\Windows2000] and saves its variables there.
The worm attempts to connect to remote sites, all of which are in some way connected with the Trojan proxy server TrojanProxy.Win32.Mitglieder
Send itself to all email addresses found in files on disks.


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