Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by conchiuro, Nov 7, 2004.
nod has detcted this unknown virus, is it dangerous?
Hi Conchiuro, welcome to Wilders. Can you please quarantine the file and send it from quarantine folder C> Program Files> Nod32> infected as an attachment to email@example.com
If you do not hear from Eset within 3 days (allows for weekends), please advise us here...
Let us know how you go…
already done, no response
what do you know about this virus?
It may simply be a false positive, analysis by Eset will confirm what it is...
but how can i know if is a false positive?
Wait for Eset to reply to the Quarantined file sample that you sent, they will advise you further...
i sent file 3 weeks ago
can anyone check in encyclopedia
sorry for my english
I have just sent a email to Eset to see what I can find out....
I would like to add that you can search either the NOD forum or the entire forum to sometimes give you a hint on a question about malware.
The search function is on the bottom of each forum page.
Advanced search gives you many more options as to what and how you search.
I'm sorry that nobody has responded from the Eset virus analysis department. I'm not going to try and make any lame excuses but they are up to their proverbial eyes in samples, etc.
I have found out a little bit of info about the virus you are concerned about: CRYPT = crypted code. It's a way of hiding the viral code or protecting it from curious people. This info is from NOD's advanced heuristics. There's a fair chance that this is a false alarm. Is there any chance you could send the sample to Eset again please? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org (the correct address for AH found samples) just in case you sent it to the wrong department.
Thank you very much.
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