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Subject: RE: WinSDR Beta
From: steve hammond shammon1@.............
Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2001 21:02:23 -0800

This virus  is about 4 weeks old. You need to update your Norton anti-virus 
software right now... this is a very nasty virus-- I have attached the 
Symantec flash below.

Steve Hammond PSN Aptos Ca.

From: NAV-Techinfo [mailto:es@.............
Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2001 4:16 PM
To: NAV-TECHINFO-L@....................
Subject: Norton AntiVirus SupportNow! News Bulletin: Nov. 27, 2001

November 27, 2001

In this issue:

1. W32.Badtrans.B@mm
2. W32.Aliz.Worm
3. Feedback
4. Subscribing and unsubscribing
5. Disclaimer

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1. W32.Badtrans.B@mm

W32.Badtrans.B@mm is a MAPI worm that emails itself out as a file
with one of several different names. This worm also creates a .dll in
the \Windows\System directory as Kdll.dll. It uses functions from
this .dll to log keystrokes. Virus definitions dated November 24,
2001 will detect this worm. For additional information, point your
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2. W32.Aliz.Worm

W32.Aliz.Worm is a very simple SMTP mass-mailer worm. The worm
currently only replicates on Windows 9x computers. It does not seem
to spread on Windows NT platforms. The worm spreads by obtaining
email addresses from the Windows address book and sending itself to
those addresses. Virus definitions dated May 22, 2001 will detect
this worm.

When the worm arrives by email, the worm uses a MIME exploit that
allows the virus to be run just by reading or previewing the email.
Information on and a patch for this exploit can be found at

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-----Original Message-----
From:	Larry Cochrane [SMTP:cochrane@...............
Sent:	Thursday, November 29, 2001 1:37 PM
To:	Jack Ivey
Cc:	psn-l@..............
Subject:	Re: WinSDR Beta

Hi Jack,

Sorry, WinSDR will only work with my standalone A/D board or using the SDR
Server program on a DOS system. To run WinSDR, the A/D board must supply
more information then just the A/D data. Included in the packets from the
A/D sub-system is time information needed to keep very accurate timing down
to a few milliseconds, if the user uses a time reference source like GPS or

-Larry Cochrane
Redwood City, PSN

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jack Ivey" 
Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2001 6:21 AM
Subject: WinSDR Beta

> Hi Larry,
> I'm interested in trying out WinSDR.  Right now
> I don't have one of the supported a/d boards, but
> I have an a/d card with a serial output.  I would
> like to make the changes to my firmware on that board
> so that it puts out the right format to be read
> with WinSDR.  Is the format published?
> Thanks,
> Jack Ivey


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