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Brian Ewell

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Brian Ewell Symantec Employee

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Job Title: Sr. Security Response Manager
Member for: 5 years 29 weeks
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New blog entry 09 Sep 2010
シマンテックセキュリティレスポンスでは、「Here you have」という件名の電子メールによって拡散しているワームに関する報告を確認しました。この電子メールは、知り合いからの電子メールであると信じた受信者に、URL をクリックして文書を入手するよう伝えてきます。実際には、その URL は偽装されていて、別のサーバーでホストされている悪意のあるバイナリファイルにリンクされています。 問題の電子メールは以下のような体裁で送られてきます。
New blog entry 09 Sep 2010
Security Response has confirmed reports of a worm spreading through email under the subject  "Here you have". The mail to the unsuspecting recipient claims to be providing a document available through a URL. The URL is spoofed and actually points to a malicious binary being ...
New blog entry 08 Apr 2009
We have come across a system infected with W32.Downadup.C that has provided some interesting information. We discovered some similarly named files, 484528750.exe and 484471375.exe, which had shown up in the \Windows\temp folder within one minute of each other. These files turned out to be ...
New blog entry 06 Feb 2008
A recent reportindicates there is a newer, more sinister botnet that is setting itselfup to surpass the Storm worm. The botnet, called MayDay, is thought tobe more elusive and have a ...
New blog entry 29 Nov 2007
On November 29 the FBI announced the results of its second Bot Roast (see the FBI release).This is the FBI operation responsible for hunting out and attempting tobring to justice cyber ...
New blog entry 02 Aug 2007
Symantec has observed active exploitationof a potential 0-day vulnerability in Xunlei Web Thunder. Thisvulnerability has been assigned BID 25192. This vulnerability is closely related to a previously ...
New blog entry 24 Apr 2007
Symantec Security Response has seen an increasing number ofsubmissions of Trojan.Peacomm and related malware arriving in emailscontaining password-protected RAR archives. As with the previous Peacomm spam run, the email contains an image(a GIF file) and an attachment. The image ...