Microsoft issues advice about critical vulnerability

Posted by   Virus Bulletin on   Jun 25, 2004

Apply your patches and update your AV software.

Microsoft has issued advice on what you should know about Download.Ject

The Trojan downloader, also known as JS/Scob.A and Toofer, affects websites running Microsoft IIS 5.0 and has been found appended to files on those web servers. When executed, the Trojan attempts to connect to a page on a remote website - which, currently, is not available.



Posted on 25 June 2004 by Virus Bulletin

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