Names of threats

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by psych1610, Jan 8, 2008.

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  1. psych1610

    psych1610 Registered Member

    Jun 16, 2007
    Redneckville, FL .. originally Newburgh, NY!!!!
    Hey everyone, I recently came across a threat on the internet. IMON alerted me and placed it in quarantine. When I go to submit it, it opens up the box, I navigate to the ProgramFiles/Eset/Infected and I find two files. Both from the same exact same time and date. One is a .nqi file, another is a .nqf file. .NQF is 389 kb while the .nqi is just 1 kb.

    Originally the extension was .htm I believe. What are these two files? Should I submit both to ESET? What do the two extensions denote?

  2. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    Hi !

    These two files are ecrypted copy of the infection . Encrypted so that you cannot reinfect yourself by accident . Not exactly sure but the bigger one should be the infected file itself , the smaller one contains information for it.

    You can submit them both or it will be easier if you open the Quarantine section in NOD32 itself -> right click the file and ...

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