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VIRUS ALERTS - November 1, 2004

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Aliases Backdoor.Win32.Agent.ec

Type Trojan

Troj/Agent-EC is a backdoor Trojan that listens in the background for incoming connections and allows remote intruders to control the infected computer.
Troj/Agent-EC attempts to teminate any security-related applications running on the computer and then waits to download and install new updates when notified.


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Aliases Backdoor.Delf.mz

Type Trojan

Troj/Delf-MZ is a backdoor Trojan which allows a remote intruder to take control of the computer.
Troj/Delf-MZ is capable of:
initialising remote chat

shutting down/restarting the computer

preventing the user from controlling the computer

initiating a DOS on the computer by overloading the disk space

uploading and executing arbitary commands


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Type Trojan

Troj/Padodor-P is a backdoor Trojan which allows unauthorised access and control of the computer from a remote network location.
Sophos anti-virus products since version 3.87 have been capable of detecting
this Trojan as Troj/Padodo-Gen without requiring an update.


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