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August 19th, 2009

Win32:Induc, new concept of file infector?

A few days ago, Andreas Marx (independent AV tester) sent all AV companies a file infected by “Delphi Source Code infector”. This file was linked by chip.de and a few others. Two days ago an analysis of this innovative file infector was published by Kaspersky Lab and F-Secure. But this is just the recent media bubble. This virus is actually several months old and all AV companies were blind. Why? Read more…

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August 2nd, 2009

Inside Win32:AOC

Win32:AOC aka Anvil of Crom is a small file infector written by Bumblebee. It appends own code to the last section of exe and dll files. The virus body is encrypted with more than one layer.

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