This weeks e-threats activity was pretty odd. We have proxy servers, trojans, patchers and the one that beats them all, a worm that does nothing but spread.
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...
Trojan.Vundo, it works with random named files in
Trojan.Vundo is a trojan with adware components which spreads either as a BHO (Browser Helper Object) or a standalone application.
Adware:Win32/Advantage Adware.SaveNow.origin ADSPY/Whenu.T Win32:Whenu
After looking at the past and the present, we can certainly say that rogue software poses a threat to our computers and our privacy.
The virus starts by decryipting a part of its code in order to resolve its imports.
Let's leave history behind for a while and focus on todays threats. We are going to find that the methods of spreading haven't changed much since 2005.
Virus.Win32.Downloader.ax; W32.Mumawow.Y!inf; W32/Mypis.gen1; W32/Downloader.E
Worms are also self-replicating programs that stealthily spread across computer networks.