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Also detected as: Java/Exploit.Agent.NIF trojan (ESET), Troj/JavaDl-SA (Sophos), JV/Blacole-FET!29A92C3EEDD7 (McAfee), Exploit-FET!CVE2013-0431 (McAfee), Troj/JavaDl-UG (Sophos), Trojan.Maljava (Symantec), JV/Blacole-FET!29A92C3EEDD7 (McAfee), Exploit-FET!CVE2013-0431 (McAfee), Exploit.CVE2013-0422.13 (Dr.Web), Exploit-FET!Exploit-JAR (McAfee), Mal/JavaJar-B (Sophos), JV/Blacole-FHA!949BD2B7DE14 (McAfee), Troj/JavaDl-FC (Sophos), JAVA_EXPLOYT.BU (Trend Micro), RDN/Generic Exploit!1mz (McAfee), Troj/JavaDl-UL (Sophos), Exploit.Java.458 (Dr.Web), JV/Blacole-FHA!D0BA98FA1FE3 (McAfee), Exploit.Java.461 (Dr.Web), JV/Blacole-FHA!23C205BE86D0 (McAfee), Java/Exploit.Agent.NLX trojan (ESET), JAVA_EXPLOIT.WT (Trend Micro),

  • Exploit:Java/CVE-2013-0431
    Alert level: Severe
    First published: Feb 21, 2013
    Latest published: Apr 19, 2016
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