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It indicates CodeRed worm activity.
  • Added: Sep 11, 2006
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This indicates a possible W32/Bropia.A-tr worm passing through the network on TCP port 11178 using the MSNFTP protocol.When this worm is executed it drops a copy of itself in the root directory using any...
  • Added: Sep 11, 2006
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This indicates an attempt by the Sasser worm to download worm binaries from a remote FTP shell.Sasser is a worm that installs itself on a victim machine under the System directory as avserve.exe, avserve2.exe...
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This signature detects the W32/Liji.A virus. This virus infects executable files on a target computer, downloads and installs code from the internet and changes the Registry so that the virus will execute...
  • Added: Oct 16, 2007
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This indicates possible detection of the W32/Bropia.F-net worm passing through the network on TCP ports 6891 through 6900 using the MSNFTP protocol.W32/Bropia is a worm that spreads through the internet...
  • Added: Sep 11, 2006
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This indicates a possible W32/Bropia.E-net worm passing through the network on TCP port 11178 using the MSNFTP protocol.When this worm is executed it drops a copy of itself in the root directory using...
  • Added: Sep 11, 2006
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This indicates a file upload attempt against Oracle Database server. A malicious executable file could be uploaded by parsing a java class to a remote TNS service.
  • Added: Aug 25, 2009
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This indicates a possible W32/Bropia.D-net worm passing through the network on TCP ports 80 or 1863, using the MSNP2P protocol.When the W32/Bropia.D-net worm is executed it drops a copy of itself in the...
  • Added: Sep 11, 2006
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This indicates possible detection of network traffic originating from "Blackworm" infected computers passing through the network on port 135, 139 or SMTP ports.
  • Added: Feb 03, 2006
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This indicates detection of nimda worm activity.Nimda is a complex virus that spreads itself by file infection, mass emailer, file share, or Microsoft Internet Information Service (IIS) unicode exploit.
  • Added: Sep 11, 2006