NOD32 not finding trojan

Discussion in 'malware problems & news' started by Oleg, Jun 17, 2005.

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  1. Oleg

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    Oleg,

    If that is a live piece of malware, you shouldn't be posting it here. As stated in our TOS, we don't allow links to malware. Instead, you should send such information in email to whichever anti-virus companies you want to ask about such files. Also, a Jotti summary might be helpful in reviewing such files.
     

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    Does anyone know how to report it to NOD32?
     
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    Send the file to Eset (samples@eset.com) zip the file and lock the archive with the password infected ;)
     
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    Thanks a lot will do :)
     
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    It's brand new with a new unknown packer that very few AV's detect or deal with

    It's being looked at by several of them now so will be included in most av's shortly

    But it is a porn dialler and Jottis version of NOD won't dertect as riskware etc isn't enabled in the linux version of NOD
     
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    Well after all updates NOD32 still does not detect it :p
     
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    Sometimes Eset needs a little time to thoroughly look at complex infections.

    Cheers :D
     
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