It appears as if Michael Lorrey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
|I've been recieving regular 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarves' email
|messages from somewhere. This message contains the W32.Hybris worm. If
|you've received this message as well, and inadvertently clicked on the
|attachement, here are the instructions for removing the worm from your
I have received it in several copies. Most interesting little programs.
By giving them a virtual PC to infect one can see what they try to do.
A good disassembler in the hands of a human who knows the art can make
remarkably readable code, as well. [In fact, I recommend a fun game - to
write an iterative disassembler - to the connoisseurs of pleasure.]
Anyway, you enjoy the designed lack of security.
If you don't exactly _enjoy_ it, then maybe you use the wrong tool?
A number of systems without this design flaw comes to mind.
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