Dangerous worms, latest versions of Lovgate.AE & AH

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  1. owziee

    owziee Registered Member

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    NOD knows worms. Doesn't hurt to watch what you are doing.


    NOD32 - v.1.803 (20040705)
    Virus signature database updates:
    IRC/SdBot.AXM, Win32/Agobot.3.AHL, Win32/Agobot.3.AHM, Win32/Bagle.AD, Win32/Bagle.drp.gen, Win32/Dedler.R, Win32/IRCBot.ML, Win32/Lovgate.AJ, Win32/Lovgate.AK, Win32/Lovgate.AL, Win32/Lovgate.AM, Win32/Lovgate.AN, Win32/Lovgate.AO, Win32/MSN.VB.L, Win32/Rbot.AY, Win32/Rbot.AZ, Win32/Rbot.Z1, Win32/Spyboter.NAF, Win32/Spyboter.NAG, Win32/StartPage.JR, Win32/TrojanDownloader.VB.AH, Win32/Tumbi.Y, Win32/Tumbi.Z, Win32/VB.JV

    NOD32 - v.1.804 (20040705)
    Virus signature database updates:
    Asmah.A, Buendia.F, Chesu.A, Evow.A, HTML/Exploit.Mht.C, HTML/Exploit.Mht.G, IRC/SdBot.AXN, JS/TrojanDownloader.Stern.A, JS/TrojanDownloader.Weis.C, VBS/TrojanDropper.Inor.BB, Win32/Bonorm.A, Win32/Dumador.AJ, Win32/HackAgent.B, Win32/HackAgent.C, Win32/HackAgent.D, Win32/Keco.F, Win32/Keco.G, Win32/KillAV.CQ, Win32/Lovgate.AP, Win32/Mydoom.M, Win32/Nihilit.U, Win32/Nihilit.V, Win32/Nvrdoc.A, Win32/PeepViewer.202.NAC, Win32/Protoride.V, Win32/Protoride.W, Win32/Rbot.BA, Win32/Riler.A, Win32/Silva.A, Win32/Silva.B, Win32/Silva.C, Win32/Silva.D, Win32/SpyBot.AFV, Win32/Yosenio.A, Xjan.B

    NOD32's impressive list of firsts includes these widespread and destructive "big name" viruses and worms like CIH, Klez, Badtrans, Bugbear, Sobig, Mimail, Slammer, LoveLetter, Melissa, Marburg, Kournikova, Lovegate, Homepage, Nimda, Lirva, Swen, Opaserv, Sircam, Sober, Yaha, and many many more - all detected and blocked on first sight, without needing an update!!!
     
  3. owziee

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    Well I can't see Lovgate.AE or Lovgate.AH anywhere in your post o_O
     
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    It's possible that it is called by another name at Eset. Or they haven't entered this sig yet.

    You should be protected using heuristics was my point.
     
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    Its one of the few "nasties" that every AV company seem to use the same name for, so I doubt eset would use a different name in their defs
     
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    I see two who use that name here.
     
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    And this is from DrWeb signatures

    Win32.HLLM.Lovgate.14,
    Win32.HLLM.Lovgate.15, Win32.HLLM.Lovgate.16(2), Win32.HLLM.Lovgate.2(4),
    Win32.HLLM.Lovgate.7(2), Now I'll bet the ranch that it's there ;)
     
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