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Worm networking I/O activity analysis

Worm networking I/O activity analysis: Windows Performance Toolkit:  Worm Analysis
Worm networking I/O activity analysis: Windows Performance Toolkit:  Worm Analysis

Since this worm will be cloning itself onto other Windows systems through spam emails, there will be increased networking I/O activity due to the many emails sent. It is very common for worms to bog down networks due to the networking bandwidth they consume. This is to further validate if a suspected process is indeed a worm, performing malicious tasks.

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