CS 493, Fall 2003 Assignment #4: 10 points Due Date: Tuesday, 11/4/03. (2) 1. Configure the Windows Outlook email client for your account on an IA lab workstation by clicking on the Outlook icon on the desktop. You will be using a POP email server named mail.ia.lab. The Outlook configuration panel should be set up as shown, using your name and IA lab email address for the User and Logon Information fields. (This panel is displayed by the Outlook wizard or from the Outlook "Tools->Email Accounts" menu.) The email password is 'x' for all accounts. Click on "Test Account Settings" to see if your client is correctly configured. Under "More Settings..." Advanced tab, select the options for "Leave a copy of messages on server" and "Remove from server when deleted from Deleted Items." When your setup is complete you should find a welcome message requesting a reply to complete this problem. There should also be a second email with the subject: Microsoft Security Patch. This message is the subject of Problem #2 so try not to delete it.** (3) 2. You should have received a second email message with the subject: Microsoft Security Patch. Try to read this email in Outlook and explain what happens. Be careful not to delete this email from the server. Try opening the attachment named update.exe and explain what happens. The attachment is also available on the IA lab internal class website under Exploits. What happens when you try to download it to the workstation using a web browser? What is update.exe and how did you identify it?** (3) 3. Reboot target1-target5 into Windows and then login to a Windows target machine as Administrator from the KVM console. (Check the IA lab internal class website for target logins and passwords.) Configure an Outlook email client as before for your workstation email address. Turn off Symantec Anti-virus (must be Administrator) and read the message from Problem #2. Open and execute the attachment named update.exe. Describe in detail what happens.** (2) 4. Turn on Symantec Anti-virus (or install it from the IA lab internal website if not already installed) and scan the target machine from Problem #3. Report your findings. If a virus is found, go to the internal class website from the target machine to obtain the removal tool for update.exe. Run the removal tool and then repeat the virus scan and report your results. (XC) 5. Examine the other Windows targets for evidence of propagation of the virus from the infected target. Hint: Check email on the user accounts.** **For full credit, turn in commented program listings and the exact output of the computer runs for this problem.