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ll 2010 b #6 are Forensics by Team 3 – Ron Stellabotte – [email protected],
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Table of Contents Executive Summary Viruses are ubiquitous in computing today and will continue to be a problem in the future. They are designed to replicate themselves and infect as many other computers as possible. Some are a nuisance other are designed to turn the infected computers in to zombies in a Denial of Service
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attack. Knowing how to recognize and remove viruses is important in the realm of forensics. Whether you are trying to protect an individual computer or an enterprise network or looking for digital evidence you have to be familiar with how they work. Section I – Lab Questions 2.1> The System Idle Process. 2.2> 99% of CPU cycles 3.1> The virus is attempting to send an e-mail and an attachment that is unsafe and could be a virus. 3.2> Wscript.exe is running twice, it may be possible that we executed the virus twice. 3.3> each occurrence is using about 50% of the CPU for a total of 99% to 100% 3.4> The Inbox has two emails with the subject heading “Anna”. We do not see any emails in the sent items folder. When we click on the e-mails in the Inbox a message at the top of
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