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Re: Linux infected ?

Eduardo M KALINOWSKI-4 wrote:
> Please keep replies on the list.
> Rodrigo Hashimoto wrote:
>>>I'd say the risk is very low. Most malware today doesn't even bother to
>>>infect other windows files (they rely on the fake e-mails like the one
>>>you clicked to spread) and also don't care much about the files you have
>>>(even on Windows).
>> -- 
>> We don't know one millionth of one percent about anything.
>> eduardo@kalinowski.com.br
>> http://move.to/hpkb
> I usually like testing Windows virus and trojans in the Wine environment,
> and as I've reached, the efects unchained by a trojan or virus only can
> operate into the execution of the program you have called with wine. What
> I wanna say is that there is no "windows environment" where the malware
> can work, so the actions this malware can do are limitated to the
> execution of the program in wich is launched. For example, a virus that
> attacks trough IE, never can open another windows application, simply
> because the malware is prepared to open a windows app, not an instance of
> wine to a windows app.
> Just another thing, the same some windows software doesn´t run on Wine,
> most viruses doesn´t do it.
> I've think some bad things, but I prefer not to tell'em
> sorry for my poor english
> --
> Sergio Fernandez
> titopelon@proyectopqmc.com
> http://www.proyectopqmc.com

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