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Also detected as: Dropper/Smiscer.79360.B (AhnLab), W32/Dropper.AYXZ (Command), W32/Obfuscated.T (Norman), Trojan.DR.Smiscer!DcK/dp3l7Dg (VirusBuster), Trojan horse Crypt.NSQ (AVG), TR/Drop.Smiscer.HF.1 (Avira), Trojan.Generic.IS.439387 (BitDefender), Win32/Sirefef.Z (CA), BackDoor.Maxplus.6 (Dr.Web), Win32/Sirefef.P (ESET), Trojan-Dropper.Win32.Smiscer (Ikarus), Trojan-Dropper.Win32.Smiscer.hf (Kaspersky), Trj/Dropper.WF (Panda), Trojan.Win32.Generic.51F92A9D (Rising AV), Mal/EncPk-NL (Sophos), Trojan-Dropper.Win32.Smiscer.hl (Sunbelt Software), TROJ_Gen.CX34I8 (Trend Micro), ZeroAccess rootkit (other), ZeroAccess (other),

  • TrojanDropper:Win32/Sirefef.B
    Alert level: Severe
    First published: Dec 08, 2010
    Latest published: Sep 02, 2013
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