AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution

                  ESB-2001.303 -- Trend Micro Virus Alert
                               23 July 2001


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:                Microsoft Outlook
                        Microsoft Outlook Express
Operating System:       Windows
Impact:                 Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands
                        Denial of Service
Access Required:        Remote

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Risk Type: Medium Risk Alert
Pattern File: #917

This Trojan propagates via email using Microsoft Outlook Express.
It sends copies of itself to all addresses listed in an infected
user's address book. It arrives in an email with a random subject
line, and an attachment by the same name. A sample of this email
is as follows:

Subject: (random subject line) 
Body text: (could be in English or Spanish) 
Hi! How are you?
I send you this file in order to have your advice OR
I hope you can help me with this file that I send OR
I hope you like the file that I send you OR
This is the file with the information that you ask for

See you later. Thanks

Attached file: (random file name)

Upon execution, this Trojan drops a copy of itself as SCam32.EXE
in the System directory. It also drops the file C:RecycledSirC32.EXE.
On some occasions, it drops the blank file SCD.DLL file in the System

TROJ_SIRCAM.A is detected by pattern file #917, which you can download
at the Trend Micro Web site at http://www.antivirus.com/download/pattern.asp.

For more information regarding TROJ_SIRCAM.A please access the Trend
Micro Virus Information Center at http://www.antivirus.com/vinfo

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