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BackDoor.Poison.686 in virus library:

A class of malware that can execute commands from a remote server and allow attackers to remotely control an infected device.

BackDoor.Poison.686 aliases:

Name Vendor Dr.Web classification name
VirTool:Win32/VBInject.C Microsoft BackDoor.Poison.686
VirTool:Win32/Vbinder.V Microsoft BackDoor.Poison.686
Backdoor.Win32.Poison.rnd Kaspersky BackDoor.Poison.686
Backdoor.Win32.Poison.rnd VirusBlokAda BackDoor.Poison.686
Backdoor.Generic.153533 BitDefender BackDoor.Poison.686
Backdoor.Win32.Poison.tgq VirusBlokAda BackDoor.Poison.686
Trojan.Packed.63987 BitDefender BackDoor.Poison.686
BackDoor-DSS.gen.a McAfee BackDoor.Poison.686
Trojan-Downloader.Win32.Agent.bjts Kaspersky BackDoor.Poison.686
Backdoor.Win32.Hupigon.dguz VirusBlokAda BackDoor.Poison.686
TR/Crypt.ZPACK.Gen Avira BackDoor.Poison.686
PWS-LDPinch.a!hv McAfee BackDoor.Poison.686
Backdoor:Win32/Poisonivy.H Microsoft BackDoor.Poison.686
Backdoor.Win32.Poison.quj Kaspersky BackDoor.Poison.686
Backdoor.Win32.Poison.quj VirusBlokAda BackDoor.Poison.686
Trojan.Win32.Buzus.alw VirusBlokAda BackDoor.Poison.686
TROJ_Generic.DIS Trend Micro BackDoor.Poison.686
Backdoor.Win32.Poison.aec VirusBlokAda BackDoor.Poison.686
BackDoor.Generic9.NVU AVG BackDoor.Poison.686
TR/Dropper.Gen Avira BackDoor.Poison.686
Packed.Win32.Krap.c Kaspersky BackDoor.Poison.686
Trojan.Packed.48688 BitDefender BackDoor.Poison.686
Generic BackDoor!jk McAfee BackDoor.Poison.686
Trojan.VB.Levelup VirusBlokAda BackDoor.Poison.686
TR/Vundo.Gen Avira BackDoor.Poison.686
Backdoor-CEP McAfee BackDoor.Poison.686
Backdoor:Win32/Poisonivy.E Microsoft BackDoor.Poison.686
Packed.Win32.CPEX-based.ds Kaspersky BackDoor.Poison.686
Trojan.Win32.Buzus.hpg VirusBlokAda BackDoor.Poison.686
Trojan.Packed.22225 BitDefender BackDoor.Poison.686
Generic Dropper McAfee BackDoor.Poison.686
Trojan.Win32.Buzus.ailu Kaspersky BackDoor.Poison.686
Trojan.Win32.Buzus.ailu VirusBlokAda BackDoor.Poison.686
Trojan.Downloader.Agent.ZCR BitDefender BackDoor.Poison.686
Possible_Mlwr-13 Trend Micro BackDoor.Poison.686
Generic McAfee BackDoor.Poison.686
Trojan.Win32.Buzus.aufq Kaspersky BackDoor.Poison.686
Generic.dx McAfee BackDoor.Poison.686
TR/DuncanMonitor.D Avira BackDoor.Poison.686
TrojanDropper:Win32/VB.DJ Microsoft BackDoor.Poison.686
Trojan-Downloader.Win32.Agent.fsc Kaspersky BackDoor.Poison.686
Malware-Cryptor.VB.UnDo VirusBlokAda BackDoor.Poison.686
Packed.UnDo AVG BackDoor.Poison.686
Trojan.Dropper.RPU BitDefender BackDoor.Poison.686
TROJ_AGENT.ECK Trend Micro BackDoor.Poison.686
BDS/PoisonIv.A.8704 Avira BackDoor.Poison.686
Backdoor:Win32/Poison.M Microsoft BackDoor.Poison.686
BDS/Poisonivy.E.3 Avira BackDoor.Poison.686
Generic BackDoor McAfee BackDoor.Poison.686
Backdoor:Win32/Poisonivy.I Microsoft BackDoor.Poison.686

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