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1572 results in Threat Encyclopedia: “WORM_VB”
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...attributes of the original folders to System and Hidden to trick the user into clicking the .LNK files. Worm:VBS/Jenxcus.BB(Microsoft),Worm.VBS.Dinihou.v(Kaspersky),VBS/Agent.NDH worm(NOD32)
...Trojan.Win32.Diple.ejsq, Trojan.Win32.Diple.ejsq (Kaspersky); Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT (Sunbelt); Worm.VB.NIK (FSecure) 815e8c142dcfc05a96f94b59f5bd6718 10a3b2e5e3891e9b75ce525d297658919d099e9c |262,144
...BLOCKED}4.94.88/~denirulz/2/2.exeIt then executes the downloaded files. As a result, malicious routines of the downloaded files are exhibited on the affected system.Trend Micro detects the dowloaded file as: WORM_VB.MAF
...from a personal contact. What is noteworthy in this spam run is that the mail attachment is disguised as a 'virus killer' and is supposed to counter the virus W32.HEULAR. This executable file is currently detected as WORM_VB.GAW.
...critical update from Microsoft, the spam sample also comes with an attached executable file that claims to be the update patch and bug fixes for Windows XP Service Pack 2 and 3. The executable file has a detection name of WORM_VB.GAW
Alias:Worm.Win32.VB.dm,W32/Generic.e,W32.Floopy.A,Worm/VB.DM.10,Infection: Possibly a new variant of W32/VB-EMU:VB-Backdoor-HRS-based!Maximus,W32/VB-CML,
Alias:Email-Worm.VBS.Lee (Kaspersky), New Script !! (McAfee), HEUR/Exploit.HTML (Avira), Worm:VBS/Autorun.A (Microsoft)
Description:File infectors infect executable files, usually Windows portable executables. They infect by incorporating their malicious code into executable files such that when the infected file is opened, the malicious code is also executed. File infectors may come with other capabilities.
Alias:Worm.Win32.VB.nx (Kaspersky), W32.Rungbu (Symantec), TR/VB.bkb.2 (Avira), Mal/Rungbu-A (Sophos),Description:A worm is a malware that is designed to propagate and spread across networks.
Alias:Worm.Win32.VB.dd (Kaspersky), Generic VB.b (McAfee), Trojan Horse (Symantec), Worm/VB.DD.2 (Avira), W32/VB-DNI (Sophos),