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UPDATES - December 2, 2006

BOClean FILEDATE: 2006-12-02 00:58:23 (UTC)

TWENTY-SIX new nasties for a total of 17887 UNIQUE infectors (200,592 variants of these including trojans, worms, bots, hijackers, downloaders, spam proxies, rootkits, adware, spyware, keyloggers, "dialers" and other malware in total) covered in today's update for BOClean 4.22. BOClean 4.21 and earlier are no longer supported and MUST be upgraded.

To UPDATE your existing BOClean database, doubleclick on your BOClean traybar icon and select "check for update" to have BOClean automatically collect and install your update for you. BOClean is designed to perform an autoupdate if left configured to do so. If you have problems with the autoupdate program, check your firewall settings - we use passive FTP download instead of the more conventional HTTP method and some firewalls may refuse to allow the program to connect unless you set rules to permit the BOClean autoupdate program to collect them. Please consult your firewall's instructions on how to do this if the update program is stopped or crashed by your firewall.

Please ALSO note that updates of the database do NOT "UPGRADE" BOClean 4.21 and earlier to 4.22. Doing so requires that we send you a replacement or (if you paid for the "extended download" when you purchased BOClean) you can go back and redownload BOClean from Digital River and obtain the 4.22 upgrade yourself. If you didn't opt for the "extended download" premium option at additional cost at time of purchase, then you need to contact upgrade@nsclean.com in order to upgrade to 4.22. Information on what you need to do in order to GET your upgrade are detailed here:

http://www.nsclean.com/upgrade.html

Please also note that if you ever miss an update (or several) the update you collect includes *ALL* previous update information. There is no need to go hunting down other updates. The current one is always complete.
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Update AVG 7.5 - AVI 268.15.4/ 563

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(NT) Update AVG 7.5 - AVI 268.15.6/ 565

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TrojanHunter 4.6 Ruleset Update - Dec 1, 2006

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An updated TrojanHunter ruleset is available. This update adds at least 71 new trojan definitions:

Agent.983
BHO.117
Blueang.100
DNSChanger.182
Hupigon.595
Hupigon.594
Hupigon.593
Klone.149
Monitor.Dictagraph.100
Pakes.199
PcClient.199
PWSteal.Delf.284
PWSteal.Hangame.132
PWSteal.Magania.110
PWSteal.Nilage.160
PWSteal.Nilage.159
PWSteal.Nilage.158
PWSteal.Small.122
PWSteal.WOW.219
Rbot.1256
Rukap.186
SDBot.884
SDBot.883
SDBot.882
Small.366
Small.365
Small.364
Small.363
SpamTool.Agent.116
StartPage.199
TrojanClicker.Small.173
TrojanDownloader.Agent.925
TrojanDownloader.Agent.924
TrojanDownloader.Agent.923
TrojanDownloader.Agent.922
TrojanDownloader.Agent.921
TrojanDownloader.Banload.723
TrojanDownloader.Busky.153
TrojanDownloader.Busky.152
TrojanDownloader.Busky.151
TrojanDownloader.Cryptic.126
TrojanDownloader.Delf.536
TrojanDownloader.Delf.535
TrojanDownloader.Delf.534
TrojanDownloader.Delf.533
TrojanDownloader.Delf.532
TrojanDownloader.Livup.100
TrojanDownloader.Small.966
TrojanDownloader.Small.965
TrojanDownloader.Small.964
TrojanDownloader.Zlob.728
TrojanDownloader.Zlob.727
TrojanDownloader.Zlob.726
TrojanProxy.Agent.225
TrojanProxy.Delf.115
TrojanProxy.Dlena.103
TrojanProxy.Horst.278
TrojanSpy.Banbra.223
TrojanSpy.Banker.1402
TrojanSpy.Banker.1401
TrojanSpy.Banker.1400
TrojanSpy.Banker.1399
TrojanSpy.BZub.125
VB.474
TrojanSpy.SCKeylog.127
Worm.Warezof.294
Worm.Warezof.293
Worm.Warezof.292
ZlobDropper.519
ZlobDropper.518
ZlobDropper.517

Licensed TrojanHunter users can easily update using TrojanHunter's LiveUpdate utility. If you are using the trial version of TrojanHunter, also use LiveUpdate.

License holders without an ongoing subscription please see http://www.misec.net/trojanhunter/updating/ for instructions on how to update to the latest ruleset.


You should have 95162 rules
http://www.misec.net/forum/board/RulesetUpdates/1165029654

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TrojanHunter 4.6 Ruleset Update - Dec 2, 2006

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An updated TrojanHunter ruleset is available. This update adds at least 74 new trojan definitions:

Adware.LinkOptimizer.132
Agent.988
Agent.987
Agent.986
Agent.985
Agent.984
TrojanDropper.VB.173
Aimbot.145
BCB.101
BiFrose.335
BiFrose.334
BiFrose.333
DDoS.Delf.100
GrayBird.154
HackTool.VB.113
Hupigon.597
Hupigon.596
Monitor.Perflogger.301
MoSucker.323
PWSteal.Agent.231
PWSteal.Delf.286
PWSteal.Delf.285
PWSteal.LdPinch.219
PWSteal.LMir.211
PWSteal.Nilage.168
PWSteal.Nilage.167
PWSteal.Nilage.166
PWSteal.Nilage.165
PWSteal.Nilage.164
PWSteal.Nilage.163
PWSteal.Nilage.162
PWSteal.Nilage.161
PWSteal.QQPass.759
PWSteal.QQPass.758
PWSteal.QQRob.158
PWSteal.Sinowal.137
PWSteal.Small.123
Rbot.1258
Rbot.1257
SDBot.887
SDBot.886
SDBot.885
Small.369
Small.368
Small.367
TrojanDownloader.Agent.930
TrojanDownloader.Agent.929
TrojanDownloader.Agent.928
TrojanDownloader.Agent.927
TrojanDownloader.Agent.926
TrojanDownloader.Cryptic.128
TrojanDownloader.Cryptic.127
TrojanDownloader.IstBar.172
TrojanDownloader.Small.968
TrojanDownloader.Small.967
TrojanDownloader.Tiny.162
TrojanDownloader.VB.417
TrojanDropper.Agent.402
TrojanDropper.Delf.416
TrojanDropper.Delf.415
TrojanProxy.Dlena.104
TrojanProxy.Horst.282
TrojanProxy.Horst.281
TrojanProxy.Horst.280
TrojanProxy.Horst.279
TrojanProxy.Lager.167
TrojanSpy.Agent.243
TrojanSpy.Agent.242
TrojanSpy.Banker.1403
Worm.Viking.146
Worm.Warezof.297
Worm.Warezof.296
Worm.Warezof.295
Worm-P2P.VB.115

Licensed TrojanHunter users can easily update using TrojanHunter's LiveUpdate utility. If you are using the trial version of TrojanHunter, also use LiveUpdate.

License holders without an ongoing subscription please see http://www.misec.net/trojanhunter/updating/ for instructions on how to update to the latest ruleset.


You should have 95361 rules.
http://www.misec.net/forum/board/RulesetUpdates/1165082255

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Windows Defender Signature Update 1.14.1923.4

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Sophos Anti-Rootkit v.1.2 Released

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New in this version
* Sophos Anti-Rootkit is now prevented from running on 64 bit versions
of Windows, because some scans produced invalid results on these
platforms.
* Fixed the bug which caused Sophos Anti-Rootkit to crash under two
rare conditions, i.e. when running a disk and/or registry scan, which
contained corrupt data structures.
* The data and product version numbers are now displayed in the
initial dialog box.

Installation Notes:
When you run sarsfx.exe, it will extract itself in C:\SOPHTEMP (you can change the location/directory by selecting "browse" button).
The rootkit scanner will be on those location. To use the scanner using the interface, you will need to launch the sargui.exe
If you want the command line instead of UI, you will launch the sarcli.exe
The files extracted in C:\SOPHTEMP contains a PDF file where a guideline is provided.

No installation required
To remove the scanner, just delete the C:\SOPHTEMP or the directory where you allow it to extract the files.

http://www.sophos.com/products/free-tools/sophos-anti-rootkit/download/

Note by me: If you have a previous version, you can steer this one over the old one and click "yes to all" when prompted and it will overwrite the old one.
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Panda

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AVG Anti-spyware 15:15 CET

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NAV Daily

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Database Update for The Cleaner 3.x and 4.x Professional

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Database v4010, dated December 02, 2006, 45132 trojan definitions.

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