no danger warnings - but submission of threat requested

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by 4now, Apr 3, 2007.

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  1. 4now

    4now Registered Member

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    hi
    this is the first time i've had the Nod pop-up box ask for my permission to submit a suspicious jpg file.
    (which i sent off)

    i wasn't warned of any danger ??
    but now that i check the threat log, there it is
    shows that it just recently occurred
    a variant of Win32/trojan Downloader.Ani Gen trojan
    url path to the jpg file is given
    but i don't know if any protective actions have been taken

    what should i do
     
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  2. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    Hello !
    This is IMON - the internet monitoring . Most likely you use ~Blackspear's settings where your protection modules are set to automatically block/clean possible threats.That's is why you didn't see any warning . The threat was eliminated in the background.

    Yes , you are safe . IMON -> the trojan was blocked/the download process terminated. By the way , this trojan is connected to a recent exploit found in Microsoft operating systems/other Microsoft products . Microsoft still haven't pushed an update for this but NOD32 saved the day for you :thumb:
     
  3. 4now

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    thanks

    you could be right
    i think i followed BS settings a while back

    but on the occassion i do get an alert window
     
  4. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    You are welcome !
    If you want to be sure -> open AMON->Setup->Actions tab and post back what is checked
    Open IMON->Setup->HTTP->Actions space , what is checked ?
     
  5. 4now

    4now Registered Member

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    thanks
    hmm..

    this is what i have-
     

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  6. ASpace

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    Ok , that explains everything -> IMON is set on automatically blocking threats (with no alerts) . AMON is set to show alerts . In your case now , you had been visiting a web-site and IMON blocked the infected part before it reached your computer/hard drive.

    You are safe . :)
     
  7. 4now

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    thank you kindly
     
  8. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    No problems . You are welcome :thumb: :D
     
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