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From: frank at (Frank Knobbe)
Subject: (no subject)

On Mon, 2004-08-09 at 14:43, Bernardo Quintero wrote:
> BitDefender 7.0/20040809 found [JS.Dword.dropper]
> ClamWin devel-20040727/20040809 found [Trojan.JS.RunMe]
> eTrustAV-Inoc 4641/20040728 found [JScript/IE.VM.Exploit]
> F-Prot 3.15/20040809 found [HTML/ObjData@exp]
> Kaspersky found nothing
> McAfee 4383/20040804 found [JS/IllWill]
> NOD32v2 1.836/20040809 found [Win32/Bagle.AI]
> Norman 5.70.10/20040806 found [W32/Malware]
> Panda 7.02.00/20040809 found [Fichero Sospechoso]
> Sybari 7.5.1314/20040809 found [JS/IllWill]
> Symantec 8.0/20040809 found nothing
> TrendMicro 7.000/20040809 found [HTML_BAGLE.AC]

Isn't the complete lack of naming standardization in the AV industry
simply amazing? Imagine that were the case in science, particular

Makes for a nice game of AV bingo though...


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