NOD32 - v.1.1389 (20060131) - what a MONSTER!

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by webyourbusiness, Jan 31, 2006.

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  1. Happy Bytes

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    Last update (right now) also provides proper name detection for this mass-spammed IRCBackdoor "Breplibot" - our name: "Win32/IRCBot.PH".
    This threat was anyway detected via variant detection, but due to the fact that it was spammed recently we decided to give it a proper name.
     
  2. pykko

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    uu..what a small update..only 8 kb. I've seen you've added a lot of HTML samples. I've sent a long while ago Trojan-Spy.HTML.Bankfraud.jz but it's not in this update. :( Do you want to submit it again?

    EDITED: Sample resubmitted. :)
     
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  3. Happy Bytes

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    Bugger :D :D
     
  4. pykko

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    This means u'll add it? :D Or u want to say hamBUrGGER. :D
     
  5. Brian N

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    That's it! No more beer for HB & Pykko ;)
     
  6. pykko

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    no alcohol, pls. :D
     
  7. Happy Bytes

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    You're just playing with your birth certificate :rolleyes:
     
  8. Arcticowl

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    aye, good update

    it found win32.TrojanDownloader.Small.BVH.Trojan in config.exe in system32 ... good work, lads, keep it up ! :)
     
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  9. whistl3r

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    Maybe, they are pulling our legs and decompiled solitaire into random data and sent it as an update, to make it look like they are working :p jk


    Good job team... :D
     
  10. DonKid

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    Stop eating and sleeping too.
    Or maybe Eset has a dormitory there ?
     
  11. honeybunny

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    Where's the " bummer" :D
     
  12. Marcos

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    Well, I'm already starving. But believe me, it's worth it :))
     
  13. auriell

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    637 KB - error updating argh..... ;)

    Edit: got it :)
     
  14. honeybunny

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    Which Version 1.139 o_O
     
  15. auriell

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    No, it's 1.1392 :)
     
  16. honeybunny

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    But it's not the bummer HB talk about, isn't it ? :doubt:
     
  17. IBK

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    I think it is.
     
  18. honeybunny

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    Marcos ?
     
  19. DonKid

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    You´re right.
    Almost a full page.
    Excellent work, Eset Team.
     
  20. rothko

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    wow, that is huge! nice one guys
     
  21. zashita

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    7000+ sigs added .... I think it is that one :)
    Good work Eset dev. team (and HB of course)
     
  22. rothko

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    weird that the actual size of the update wasnt over 1mb, but the content is certainly impressive!
     
  23. rothko

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    in fact, just a technical question - how come this update was under 700kb yet included so much?
     
  24. Meitricsu

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    Re: NOD32 - v.1.1392 (20060202) - what a MONSTER!

    NOD32 - v.1.1389 (20060131)
    7.684 new signatures? God! :eek:
     
  25. mrtwolman

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    Re: NOD32 - v.1.1392 (20060202) - what a MONSTER!

    7682 signatures added to be exact :)
     
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