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Default Block Back Orifice 200 Trojan horse

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by Dude21, Apr 6, 2005.

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    About ever week when Yahoo messager is running and I get an Norton AntiVirus alert about it stoping a worm intrusuin attempt:

    Security rule: Default Block Back Orifice 200 Trojan horse
    Date: 4/6/2005
    Time: 3:23 PM
    Path: N/A
    File name: Inbound
    Local address: 69.170.173.76
    Local port: Back-Orifice (31337)
    Remote address: 200.42.210.178
    Remote post: 4043
    Protocol: TCP


    Why and how is a worm trying to get to my computer? Is it from Yahoo? How can I stop this from happening again? What could it do if Norton didn't stop it? Should I scan my computer with other virus protection programs too see if they could find the file in my comp thats cause this (if it is from my own computer)? Please help.
     
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