What name does NOD give to Trojan.Peacomm?

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  1. Joliet Jake

    Joliet Jake Registered Member

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    Someone I know has this infection and is using Norton so I suggested, helpfully, to try NOD. He searched the NOD virus list for Trojan.Peacomm and couldn't find so thinks NOD doesn't have a definition. I've told him it could be that NOD has a different name for this. So the question is do they and if so what's it called?

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    Thanks ronjor.
     
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    You're welcome. :)
     
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    Oh sweet! I didn't even know they started adding new writeups :thumb:
     
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    there are on eset.eu. On eset.com nothing as far as I've seen.
     
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    I use Spysweeper knowldege base but they don't use peacomm name either.

    What about Kav?
     
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    Since the question "What name does NOD give to Trojan.Peacomm?" has been answered, this thread is closed. Any other off topic questions can be answered in the appropriate forum.
     
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