Trojan

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by HURST, Oct 24, 2007.

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  1. HURST

    HURST Registered Member

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    Hi guys

    I downloaded some file today and did a scan with NOD32, SAS and a-squeared before opening. All of them said the file was clean, so I didn't performed my routine virustotal scan when opening unknown files.
    When I opened, it did nothing, just openes cmd for a fraction of a second. I uploaded the file to virustotal, and 4 scanners detected a thread. 3 of them said it was Zapchast trojan (eSafe and I don't remember wich other 2) and Avast said it was "trojano-756". So I downloaded Avast free edition, updated and scheduled a boot-scan, which deleted some files.
    I don't have a copy of the file, so I can't submit it to eset, but my question is the following:
    is this threat known to eset or is it some kind of non-functional trojan and I have nothing to worry about?
    I'm performing Kaspersky online scan right now, but don't hope any results, since kaspersky also said the file was clean on virustotal.
     
  2. cupez80

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    try to send the file(s) to eset - samples[at]eset.com. put in .zip files and give it password : infected.
     
  3. The Hammer

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    Reread HURST's post.
     
  4. HURST

    HURST Registered Member

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    thanks for the suggestion, but

    Avast deleted it... It's not in the "chest"
     
  5. flyrfan111

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    VirusTotal will forward the file to the companies that did not detect it. If you remember the file name at least that could help Eset track it down
     
  6. ASpace

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    @HURST

    I really have no idea but instead of permorming numerous checks with different security product , why don't you turn back time - run System Restore to a day before you run this file .

    Then if you still suspect something , it has been said by Marcos , download and run Microsoft Autoruns , submit ESET Support a log , perform scan with ESET product and ... that is it :thumb:
     
  7. HURST

    HURST Registered Member

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    Thanks for the suggestion Hitech_boy, did the restore last night. It seems to be all OK now, but you never now.
     
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