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Updated on Jun 29, 2011
Trojan:Win32/Popureb.E is a malicious program that is unable to spread of its own accord. It may perform a number of actions of an attacker's choice on an affected computer.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Jun 23, 2011

Trojan:Win32/Popureb.A is a trojan that modifies the hard disk's MBR (Master Boot Record). It changes Internet Explorer's start page and also displays unwanted advertisements.

Alert level: severe
Updated on May 13, 2011

Trojan:Win32/Popureb.B is a trojan that displays advertisements, and modifies the affected user's Internet Explorer start page.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 18, 2011

Trojan:DOS/Popureb.A is a detection for a malformed MBR (Master Boot Record) generated by Trojan:Win32/Popureb.A. It loads the encrypted malicious code and stores it as disk sectors when the affected computer boots.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Jun 24, 2011

VirTool:WinNT/Popureb.A is a component of Win32/Popureb. It uses a low level disk driver hook to prevent a malicious Master Boot Record (MBR) and other malicious data stored as disk sectors from being changed.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Jun 18, 2009
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 14, 2010
Trojan:Win32/Aegrus.gen is a family of backdoor trojans that allows attackers to control infected computers. After a computer is infected, the trojan connects to a specific IRC server and joins a specific channel to receive commands from attackers.
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 14, 2010
Trojan:Win32/Virtumonde.gen is a generic detection for a family of programs that deliver 'out of context' pop-up advertisements to the computer on which they are installed. Virtumonde exists on a computer as a dynamic link library (DLL) and may function as a Web Browser Helper Object (BHO). It may connect to a remote Web server to download updates or other arbitrary files, and it may use stealth methods to make it difficult to remove.
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 17, 2010
The Win32/Gaobot.gen worm family spreads using different methods, depending on the variant. Some variants spread to computers with weak passwords. Others exploit vulnerabilities to infect computers. Once a computer is infected, the worm connects to an IRC server to receive commands.
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 17, 2010
Win32/Busky is a family of Trojans that monitor and redirect Internet traffic, gather system information and download unwanted software such as Win32/Renos and Win32/SpySheriff. Win32/Busky may be installed by a Web browser exploit or other vulnerability when visiting a malicious Web site.
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 17, 2010
Win32/Busky is a family of Trojans that monitor and redirect Internet traffic, gather system information and download unwanted software such as Win32/Renos and Win32/SpySheriff. Win32/Busky may be installed by a Web browser exploit or other vulnerability when visiting a malicious Web site.
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 17, 2010
Win32/Vxidl.gen!B detection is heuristic detection for specifically obfuscated encrypted malware. This technique is commonly seen in the Win32/Nuwar.N@MM!CME-711 worm.
 
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 17, 2010
Trojan:Win32/AgentBypass.gen!K is a generic detection for a group of trojans that attempt to inject possibly malicious code into the process address space of commonly found Microsoft Windows and third-party applications.
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 17, 2010
Trojan:Win32/Monroda.gen!A is a generic detection for a trojan that may alter the Internet Explorer Web browser title to "MonaRonaDona", terminate applications and display a message to the user announcing its presence.
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 17, 2010
Trojan:Win32/Matcash.gen!F is a generic detection for a group of trojans that install additional malware and spyware onto the affected system. It also connects to a remote site and downloads and executes arbitrary files, observed to be additional members of the Matcash family.
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 17, 2010
Win32/Matcash.gen!H is a multi-component trojan which sets itself to run on Internet Explorer startup by installing a BHO (Browser Helper Object). The trojan may also download and execute arbitrary files.
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 17, 2010
Trojan:Win32/Anomaly.gen!A is a generic detection for certain forms of encrypted malicious software or trojans. Many of the detected threats are DNS altering trojans while some are rogue antispyware programs.
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 17, 2010
Trojan:Win32/Tilcun.gen!B is a detection associated with a family of trojans that steals online game credentials and sends the gathered information to predefined remote websites.
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 17, 2010
Trojan:Win32/Matcash installs a toolbar on affected systems and may perform this installation without adequate user consent. The toolbar is installed as a Browser Helper Object (BHO), allowing the toolbar to run when the browser is launched. 
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 17, 2010
Trojan:Win32/Matcash installs a toolbar on affected systems and may perform this installation without adequate user consent. The toolbar is installed as a Browser Helper Object (BHO), allowing the toolbar to run when the browser is launched. 
Alert level: severe