How do you detect a Lovelorn virus-infected PC in the internal network to stop its mass-mailing payload? Given...
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that our firewall uses NAT to hide internal IP addresses, how do I go around this to determine the culprit?
As will always be the case, the first way to look for a virus is using a virus scanner. You should have up-to-date AV software installed on all your machines already, but it sounds like that it not the case. This may be a way to get more upper-management approval for a process of updating the AV software and ensuring that it is installed on all machines.
A few other things to try, courtesy of my friends in AVIEWS:
I hope this helps you track down the offending machine and stop it.
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