Win32/Agobot.damaged

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by 4345, Sep 6, 2005.

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  1. 4345

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    Does this mean that NOD32 is adding garbage files oro_O

    Also does NOD32 have special cleaning tool for Vundo trojan?

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  2. webyourbusiness

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    not wishing to speculate, but any trojan not able to deliver it's FULL payload might be considered "damaged" - and delivery of only a partial payload would be just as undesirable...
     
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    Is there Vundo removal tool from NOD32 and what name does Eset use for this trojan?
     
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    From my point of view they're ading these to avoid false positives and to identify possibly damaged files (which are indeed malware,just damaged).
    Their engine appears to be very flexible (especially with variants matching),so this probably helps i guess.
     
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