Xbox emulator is a trojan

Saturday, 11 May 2002, 5:44 PM EST

M_R contributed the following:

An "Xbox emulator" currently being offered for free on the Web is actually a Trojan horse designed to covertly rack up money for its authors using pay-for-click and other schemes,malicious code experts said.

Dropper:
EMU_xbox.exe
size: 66 KB

Server:
C:windowssystemNetBUIE.exe

size: 108 KB

Further details on NetBUIE trojan is available on the URL below.

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