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Filenames Used by VOBFUS Malware Change Depending on Victim’s Language

16
May
2014

Security researchers have come across a new variant of the worm known as VOBFUS. The latest version can speak 21 different languages. Similar to older versions, WORM_VOBFUS.JDN spreads by copying itself to removable drives as executable files. However, unlike previous variants, the latest VOBFUS names the files depending on the operating system language of the targeted computer. Uses who speak English will see files named something like I love you.exe, Nak…

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