WormGuard vs W32.\

Discussion in 'WormGuard' started by TAG97, Jul 8, 2002.

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  1. TAG97

    TAG97 Registered Member

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    With all these W32.---- worms comming out on frequent basics, is it neccesary to add each one to the block file list? Or will WormGuard Flag anything that starts with W32.?
    Thanks in advance
    Tim
     
  2. grey_ghost

    grey_ghost Registered Member

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    Hi TAG97,

    Here is some information on WormGuard and W32.

    http://wormguard.diamondcs.com.au/

    Regards,
     
  3. TAG97

    TAG97 Registered Member

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    Thanks grey_ghost.
    "YES! - WormGuard detects and blocks the execution of the BadTrans 2 worm.
    (Variant aliases: Worm.BadTransII, Worm.BadTrans2, W32.Badtrans.B@mm)"
    "WormGuard won't be able to tell you the common name of the worm, but it WILL tell you if a program you are executing is hostile!"
    :D I feel like i'm doing a Diamond ad ;)
     
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    Nice feeling eh? :D
     
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