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Upon execution the Trojan automatically gathers any Internet Explorer, FTP, or POP3 passwords that are contained within Protected Storage (PStore). All detailed names please refer to the list below. Long-running scam busted by FTC: Click here for additional details. Mal/VBCrypt-C: Malicious Behavior W32/Autorun-BDN: Worm Mal/Bredavi-B: Malicious Behavior Mal/Bredo-E: Malicious Behavior Troj/Agent-NMV: Trojan Troj/Bifrose-ZG: Trojan Troj/PWS-BJC: Trojan Troj/BadRar-B: Trojan Troj/Bancos-BHM: Trojan Troj/Bckdr-RCH: Trojan Troj/Bredo-CZ: Trojan Troj/Scar-I: Trojan W32/Palevo-V: Worm Mal/Agent-AK: Malicious

JS_RENOS.BDD TROJ_DROPPER.PDF TROJ_FAKEAV.FQZ TROJ_PIDIEF.XPL TROJ_WEMON.S TROJ_ZBOT.WAH TSPY_OPACHKI.D TSPY_SPYEYE.AE WORM_AUTORUN.NAM WORM_KOLAB.EY WORM_OTORUN.FQL WORM_UTOTI.IYK http://www.trendmicro.com/ftp/products/pattern/whatsnew.txt NICK ADSL UK, Aug 27, 2010 #601 NICK ADSL UK MajorGeeks Forum Administrator Staff Member ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Trend Installs following files. \keyclt\disclaim.txt \keyclt\keycol.exe \keyclt\readme.txt John The Ripper Password Cracker: This Adware/Unwanted Software is a HackTool used to find weak passwords. For the rest of the story, click here. Read the article by clicking here.

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W32/Autorun-BBI: A Worm that can access the Internet to obtain own updates, as well as disable debuggers. Troj/Zbot-NY: A Trojan that doesn't replicate itself, but inserts into other malware. This will check for security threats, which may already be on your PC.To keep your computer healthy by preventing possible security attacks against your PC or network, get the best antivirus It is being used by another person or program.

Get enough of them to reply and you get to keep an iPad. VBS/Runauto-C: This Worm disguises itself as a partial porn photo. All detailed names please refer to the list below. Following is a list of the additional nasties "born" today.

You may opt to simply delete the quarantined files. this content It spreads via file-sharing programs, MS IM and removable drives. Mal/Banker-T: Malicious Behavior Troj/Buzus-CQ: Trojan Troj/DwnLdr-IES: Trojan Troj/Mdrop-CNR: Trojan Troj/Mdrop-CNV: Trojan Troj/PDFEx-DF: Trojan Troj/VB-EPO: Trojan W32/Autorun-BBR: Worm Mal/EncPk-OZ: Malicious Behavior Perfect Keylogger: Adware or PUA Troj/Agent-NDV: Trojan Troj/Agent-NDZ: Trojan Troj/Agent-NEA: Trojan To read the rest of the story, click here.

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BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! Learn More. Mal/Agent-AP: Malicious Behavior Mal/Agent-AQ: Malicious Behavior Mal/DwnLdr-D: Malicious Behavior Troj/Buzus-DI: Trojan Troj/DwnLdr-IGX: Trojan Troj/FakeAV-BKN: Trojan Troj/Java-K: Trojan Troj/VB-ESK: Trojan Troj/VB-ESL: Trojan W32/AutoRun-BED: Worm IMIServer IEPlugin: Adware or PUA Mal/Agent-AN: Malicious Behavior

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Troj/DelfInj-O: Another classic backdoor Trojan that runs continuously in the background, allowing a remote intruder to gain access and control over the computer. All detailed names please refer to the list below. Get your free protection now by clicking here. Repeat the said steps for all files listed. *Note: Read the following Microsoft page if these steps do not work on Windows 7.

Mal/Legmir-C: Another nasty Virus/Spyware. Please post the contents of both log.txt (<check over here Following is a list of all of the other nasties "born" today.

xp-AntiSpy: An Adware/Unwanted Software that turns off essential Window services. Mal/Agent-AY: Malicious Behavior Troj/Banker-EZI Trojan Troj/FakeAV-BKP: Trojan Troj/JSRedir-BT: Trojan Troj/PHPBdoor-G: Trojan Mal/Agent-AW: Malicious Behavior Mal/Agent-AX: Malicious Behavior Mal/Hupig-L: Malicious Behavior Troj/Banker-EZD: Trojan Sus/ComPack-I: Suspicious Behavior Troj/Agent-NRO: Trojan Troj/BHO-QW: Trojan Troj/JSRedir-BR: Trojan Once located, select the file then press SHIFT+DELETE to delete it. According to Belgium researcher Didier Stevens, the flaw may result in financial malware being placed on user's PCs.

Troj/FakeAV-BDM: A Trojan that can download, install and run new software. Most new malware are Banker Trojans: According to PandaLabs, malware creators are primarily concentrating on this specialized type of Trojan. Happy Computing, Lee De Bevoise, Computer Tutor Spanish or German or Italian [FreeTranslation.com] © Computer Tutor Online Petition by iPetitions.com Read the official CT Review & See the Special Offer Archives - June 2010 06/30/10Dell sold bad PCs & knew it: Read more here. 535,000 Sony laptops have overheating danger: Click here for the details.

Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. Click here to read the article. Additionally, Trojan.Zbot contacts a command-and-control (C&C) server and makes itself available to perform additional functions.