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3/25: Clunk-A a Password-Stealing Worm

3/25: Clunk-A a Password-Stealing Worm
March 25, 2005

W32.Clunk.A is a password-stealing worm that propagates through network file shares. It captures text typed into Internet Explorer and takes screenshots of browser windows, attempting to collect passwords and other sensitive information.

Technical details can be found at Symantec page.

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