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jerrykr

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Hello, just found this site and registered. Glad to be here.

Yesterday I was lucky(?) enough to somehow get the vundo trojan on my PC. :whistling:

I am a photographer and I need to deliver a set of images to a customer via burning a CD-R.

Does this Trojan propagate itself via media copies? In other words, will I be putting my customer at risk if I burn the CD and deliver it to them?

Right now, the info I have seen seems to indicate that the Trojan is only gotten off a malicious web-site.

I will be following the advice I see here to remove the Trojan, but need to be careful for my customer's sake.

Anyone know?

Thanks,

-=- Jerry -=-

edited: I'm sorry if it appears that I am urgent on this question, but I need to deliver a CD-R into the mails tomorrow - Monday, and if I could have some expert assurance that I won't corrupt my customer's business system, I would sure appreciate it. Also, I do plan to contribute $$ to this site.

thanks again.

Edited by jerrykr, 11 June 2006 - 08:30 AM.

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Sorry, just saw the "no bump" request. My humblest apologies.

thanks.

Jerry

Edited by jerrykr, 11 June 2006 - 08:33 AM.

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