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w32.bugbear.b@mm virus

By p.rooke ·
Can the sender of the virus be found using id in email. Just like finding a zipcode for a house or street?

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by BlackDiamond In reply to w32.bugbear.b@mm virus

Hey,

I'm not sure what information this virus includes with its email header. If it has the real senders IP address you may be able to find the ISP where it originated.

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by James Goerke In reply to w32.bugbear.b@mm virus

From what I know and have read about the bugbear virus its for lack of a better descriptive word, perfect. Basically, it keeps and loads itself into RAM and randomly generates a new name for itself every time it jumps. So, if you were to manage toisolate it so that you could take a look at it I suppose it might be possible. But, your going to have a hard time tracking it since it keeps itself in the memory. If youve got the bugbear you get get rid of it by using this free stinger program found at http://vil.nai.com/vil/stinger/ . Hope this helps.

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