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Re: Free vs paid


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    It is. At least my HD backup does not suffer from
Alzheimer's...

http://virusscan.jotti.org/en/scanresult/92ab381c4f5db73779bf6ca0207d2ccab483fa78


http://www.virustotal.com/file-scan/report.html?id=113d583ebd75564c12117ccf0e2b0f20273e6610f26b0c274e7117f8c7a1e8cf-1307546401

    Sorry about the long links
    At the time, I sent you it's MD5
Yes, I have;
MD5: 0x3DE68324891964BDD2227141474797BB
SHA-1: 0x5DAE0941F1818E6127729FC15897F12539ED6D5E
Filesize: 725,796 bytes

Re: Free vs paid


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Thanx!

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FromTheRafters wrote:
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I was thinking more, a security product that can stop these installations.
Avira is an excellent anti virus, but, like all the other anti virus and
internet security products seem to be unable to stop even malware products
which are months old.

As others have mentioned, probably a paid for malwarebytes is necessary. At
least they are quick to get on top of these infections.



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gaz wrote:
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For AV it used to be a case of which one can, and which cannot, detect a
certain virus. With simple trojans running rampant, it comes down to who
can react the fastest and get detectability to the customer quickly.
Nevermind that the trojan will be morphed into a different form the very
next day.




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Forget the very next day, try the very next download. server side poly.


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Dustin wrote:
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I've noticed that they put quite some effort into the obfuscating of the
scripts used just to get you to a friendly (SE) download ... and that's
before you even get the trojan executable itself. I've noticed
the file's random-looking name on the server, but didn't know how often
that executable itself actually changed.

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In some cases, the differences between the executables isn't enough to
evade detection. With that said, in many other cases, it's a very
significant change to the file. Same family, but very different looking
binary as opposed to the one you downloaded moments ago. Not all sites
are serving them this way, but.. alas, some do. So the technology is
known. It's just a matter of time before it's scaled up.
 



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If he didn't complain about the Window$ built-in firewall, then there is
really no need to install ZoneAlarm.

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