W32/Bagle-DO is a mass-mailing and peer-to-peer worm for the Windows platform.
W32/Bagle-DO includes functionality to access the internet and communicate with a remote server via HTTP.
Emails sent by W32/Bagle-DO have the following characteristics:
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Pay your debts before we come to you
Call to your lawer immidiately
Lawsuit against you
We wait your response.
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'LAWSUIT AGAINST YOU (ATTACHMENT HAS MORE INFORMATION)
1550 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309
To Whom It May Concern:
Enclosed is a copy of the lawsuit that I filed against you in (my county) court on March 22, 2001. Currently the Pretrail Conference is scheduled for April 10th, 2001 at 9:30 A.M. in courtroom #33. The case number is (insert case #).
The reason the lawsuit was filed was due to a completely inadequate response from your company. When someone is the victim of identity theft, it is simply a nightmare trying to get false information removed from a credit file. I have contacted all of the false creditors listed on my credit file. I have challenged all of the false listings on my credit file. Nothing ever happens to fix the situation.
Over 90 days ago I wrote each the creditors in question and demanded proof that I am their customer. I asked for proof of the alleged debt, including specifically the alleged contract or other instrument bearing my signature. So far none of them has been able to provide such proof to me. I have sent follow-up letters to each of them and there is still no proof. I have attempted phone contact, but I simply get transferred around and nothing ever gets accomplished.
I have fully investigated my rights in this matter. Under the doctrine of estoppel by silence, Engelhardt vGravens (Mo) 281 SW 715, 719, I may presume that no proof of the alleged debt, nor therefore any such debt, in fact exists. I have copies of the certified letters and dates prepared to bring to court on April 10th. Also, under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, these disputed items may not appear on my credit report if they cannot be supported by any evidence.
Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, if they cannot verify the debt within 30 days, then it must be removed. Your letters to me claim to have ?verified? the debt, but this is in fact not true under law. Simply contacting the alleged creditor and asking them to match up numbers in their database is no sufficient verification for identity theft. Of course the information matches up. Someone clearly used my information without my authorization.
Now I am suing Equifax for being such a pain in the posterior to me. I have provided more than sufficient evidence to get these false accounts removed.
You may contact me before April 10th at (my phone number) or at my address listed at the top of this letter. This matter can be settled simply by your agreement to remove the false information from my credit file.
I require a response, on point, in writing, hand signed, and in a timely manner. If I get another pointless letter from you saying that it has already been ?verified? then there will be no more opportunity for negotiation. This will proceed in court until I have successfully proven to a judge that this false information must be removed from my credit file. I will also be aggressively pursuing the full judgment that I can get against Equifax for violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act and Defamation.'
'LAWSUIT AGAINST YOU (CLICK TO ATTACHED DOCUMENT FOR MORE INFORMATION)
To Whom It May Concern:
On 02, 2006, you sent a facsimile (the Fax) to my facsimile machine that is connected to my telephone number 678-5713-1571. A copy of your Fax is ENCLOSED IN ATTACHMEN. The Fax is an advertisement for the commercial availability or quality of property, goods, or services. You sent your Fax to me without my prior express invitation or permission. You and I have never had an established business relationship.
A federal law enacted in 1991 called the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (the Act) provides that -It shall be unlawful for any person within the United States . . . to use any telephone facsimile machine, computer, or other device to send an unsolicited advertisement to a telephone facsimile machine. 47 U.S.C.