New Bagle Trojan distributed widely via spam email
Sophos's global network of virus, spyware and spam analysis centers, have warned users about a new variant of the Bagle Trojan horse which has been spammed out to internet users. Sophos is advising users to ensure their anti-virus protection is up-to-date to protect against attacks.
Sophos has received reports of the Troj/BagleDl-AN Trojan horse being spammed out in emails as a ZIP file attachment containing a malicious file called S3700020.EXE. Some emails have been seen containing the message body "New Year's Day", but the hacker could send the malware out using different email characteristics. New Bagle Trojan horse distributed widely via spam email
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