Oblivion.01.A

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by emxsi, Jan 28, 2005.

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  1. emxsi

    emxsi Registered Member

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  2. ronjor

    ronjor Global Moderator

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    It seems to be in the defs.

    NOD32 - v.1.585 (20031222)
    Virus signature database updates:
    BAT/BVCK.0_3, Bleed.J, Daol.A, Dropbox.B, Java/ClassLoader.C, JS/Cobase.B, JS/Seeker.AQ, Kolop.B, Mxfile.O, Perl/Exploit.Sadmin, Sysbin.A, Tabi.A, VBS/Psyme.H, Win16/Flooder.MailSpam.Alanche.35, Win32/AddShare.E, Win32/Daol.A, Win32/Dumador.B, Win32/Dumador.G, Win32/Exploit.MS03-43.C, Win32/Flooder.Yeam, Win32/Gema.A, Win32/Iroffer.1223.P, Win32/Iroffer.1223.Q, Win32/Iroffer.1223.R, Win32/Iroffer.1223.S, Win32/Iroffer.1224.A, Win32/Iroffer.1224.B, Win32/Iroffer.1224.C, Win32/Iroffer.1225.A, Win32/Iroffer.1225.B, Win32/Oblivion.01.A.dam, Win32/Pipecmd.A, Win32/Pipecmd.A.server, Win32/Poitex.D, Win32/Poitex.G, Win32/Poitex.K, Win32/Poitex.L, Win32/RASFlooder.A, Win32/Ronater.A, Win32/Ronater.B, Win32/Savech.B, Win32/Simon.A, Win32/Snart.B, Win32/Snart.C, Win32/Spy.KeyHunter.A, Win32/Spy.Tiberius.A, Win32/SpyBot.OV, Win32/TrojanDownloader.IstBar.AM, Win32/UltimateRAT.20.C, Win32/VB.GM, Win32/VB.IV, Win32/VB.KJ, Win32/Xdoor.15, Win32/Xdoor.351, Win32/Zalivator.13, Win32/Zalivator.142
     
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    NOD32 - v.1.236 (20020325)
    Virus signature database updates:
    Logic, VBS/CoolNotepad.D, VBS/PeachyPDF, Win32/Massaker.11.A, Win32/Massaker.11.B, Win32/Massaker.11.C, Win32/MiniGift.01, Win32/MSBot.F, Win32/NarNar, Win32/NB, Win32/NerTe.604, Win32/NerTe.703, Win32/NerTe.75, Win32/NerTe.76, Win32/NerTe.77, Win32/NerTe.771, Win32/NetControl.A, Win32/Nethief, Win32/Nethief.23, Win32/Nethief.24, Win32/Nethief.25, Win32/Nethief.26, Win32/Nethief.27, Win32/NetMetro, Win32/NetSpy.30.B, Win32/Neurotic.12.A, Win32/Neurotic.12.B, Win32/Neworld, Win32/Nova.D, Win32/Noxcape.11, Win32/Noxcape.20, Win32/NTHack.10, Win32/Nullbnc, Win32/Oblivion, Win32/Oblivion.01, Win32/Phoenix.163.B, Win32/Phoenix.172, Win32/Phoenix.180, Win32/Phoenix.190, Win32/Piper, Win32/Plik.A, Win32/Prado.A, Win32/Provder.A, Win32/Provder.B, Win32/QTaz.20, Win32/QTaz.22, Win32/QUetnek.A, Win32/R3C, Win32/Ramus, Win32/Rat.Cracker, Win32/Rat_II, Win32/RCServ.A, Win32/RCServ.C, Win32/Rebate.A, Win32/RemoteRevise.10, Win32/RemoteRevise.15, Win32/Revise.115, Win32/Rocket, Win32/Rorex.A, Win32/Rorex.B, Win32/RTB.1_63, Win32/RTB.1_65, Win32/SchoolBus.B, Win32/Sensive.30.A, Win32/Sensive.30.B, Win32/Sensive.31, Win32/Sensive.37.A, Win32/Sensive.37.B, Win32/Small.06, Win32/SQL.Access.20.A, Win32/Sysgen.A, Win32/Tophead.C
     
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    The question asked was can it CLEAN it..............detecting it doesn't necessarily mean it can be cleaned.
     
  5. Marcos

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    Given that Obligion is a backdoor, it can only be deleted - there's nothing to clean.
     
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