XDocCrypt/Dorifel/Quervar

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by FanJ, Aug 11, 2012.

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  1. FanJ

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    PS for David Harley :

    You wrote in the blog:
    Yes, the official Dutch "National Cyber Security Centrum" is warning for that in its Dutch article.
    See the part following "UPDATE 10 AUGUSTUS 2012 14:45".
    (note: it is in Dutch).
     
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    I wasn't asking for support from David Harley here and it wasn't a query (as in: "query" meaning a "question"). It was meant as a tip or extra info: giving the link of the official site where that info is posted. That's all. But you're right, this might not be the right place. Anyway, up to Eset whether to inform David Harley about it or not.

    That seems fine to me.
    I am only asking for a little bit more clarification about the Eset removal tool because I know that at another site, which I already mentioned in the other thread, there is (among other things) discussion about which AV products can detect and clean it and bring infected Office files back to their original status.
     
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