I have a user who has received a email with an attachment - Mai sa.doc.exeWe are protected by norton anti virus live updates and there site does not mention it.Does anyone know anything about this? It look very much like a virus to me...
Symantec has posted new antivirus definitions both yesterday and today - perhaps they were connected with your e-mail attachment?
No the latest defintions do not include any mention of Mai sa.doc.exe. This is being spread now, I have had to stop the internet mail service so its quite serious
Have a look here:click hereIt may be relevant.
It does look like a virus - but the name of the file gives no clue as to which one. Did the AV program detect it - if so what did it say about the name of the virus - have you scanned it to see what NAV says?
What does the actual email say (not the attachment!)
There are no reports of viruses with this name on the main websites either now or in the past; have you written it as seen?.
PS - It's not unusual for the name of the attached infected file to be chosen at random, so in itself it doesn't give any clue as to the actual virus name.
OK,No the AV did not detect it at all.Two variations on the emailsOne talks says the following: subject:Trouble Report 39160-s1c g000email body:Hi Tracey,We have checked both warehouses and have been unable to trace the 60 pcs ofthe above. Can you resupply urgently. Pls confirmregardssharonsecond variation is:subject:remessage body:Wheres the Dog?Tracy
Just to let you know.I have spoken to Symantec and it is a variant of the Bugbear virus - Bugbear.B. Beta definitions are available from the symantec ftp website.
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