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Trojan.Vundo

The vundo trojan is usually a dll with a random name located in system32 directory. The length of the file name is usually 5 to 7 characters (depending on the version).
The trojan usually consists of 6 threads named Main thread, Protection thread, Registry Thread, File thread, IEEvents thread, Stop and Recover thread. The trojan has the capability of writing informations about each of these threads in a log file (eventhough most of the versions don

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