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hey people i work in a secondary and school in the uk and the whole network has been infected with some new form of the sassar viruse any1 suggest the best aproach bear in mind its a network of some 600-1000 workstations plus laptops any help will be gratly appreciated thanks guys.
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sorry to double post but i now have more imfo the name of it is
"w32/sasser.worm.b"
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This is not the correct forum for this so your post will probably be moved but in the meantime, that virus was added to Stinger's detections a little over a year ago. You can get that free here.
http://vil.nai.com/vil/stinger/
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*moved*
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hey cheers i found the full solution kinda posted hear without thinkin as many schools had the virus and i had many people on my back will post a full fix report asap cheers

TJ
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