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                  ESB-2001.101 -- Trend Micro Virus Alert
                               7 March 2001


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:                MS Outlook
Operating System:       Windows
Impact:                 Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands
                        Delete Arbitrary Files

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Alert: Medium

TROJ_NAKEDWIFE, a new Trojan is currently in the wild and is spreading rapidly. 
Upon execution, this Trojan deletes all DLL, INI, EXE, BMP and COM files in 
the Windows and system directories. It propagates via MS Outlook, by sending 
out an email to every email address listed in the infected user's address book. 
A sample of this email is as follows:

Subject: FW: Naked Wife
Message Body: > My wife never look like that :)
Best Regards,
Attachment: NakedWife.exe

Trend advises all users to exercise caution when opening unsolicited 
attachments. Pattern file #859, which detects this Trojan, will be available 
shortly at http://www.antivirus.com/download 

For further information regarding TROJ_NAKEDWIFE, please go to 

For a free online virus scan, please go to http://housecall.antivirus.com

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