HLLP/7248.unp ???

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by f352342, Jul 9, 2005.

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  1. f352342

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    What kind of virus is this?
     
  2. IBK

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    HLLP: virus was compiled with high level language compiler Turbo Pascal
    Virus length: 7248 bytes
    unp = unpacked
    The virus name contains already some info about what it is.
     
  3. pykko

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    I've seen that NOD32 added a lot of HLLP viruses in the last 3-4 updates. Are they starting to spread?
     
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    No, it is to cover stuff in older collections (which are around in the internet and/or used also in some tests).
     
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    In ~4 weeks a test will start. It will be very interesting to see who will "win the race". Atm the favorite candidates seems to be (in alphabetical order) Bitdefender, KAV, McAfee, NOD32 and Symantec. But I also have no idea, as I do not test them in advance (because test-sets are not done).
     
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    Well, my oppinion is that the first three positions will be:

    1.KAV;
    2.NOD32;
    3.Bit Defender.
    :)
     
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    Haven't seen them for ages :p In the DOS times too...
     
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