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An analysis of the technologies used by cybercriminals allows us to draw conclusions about the virus industry’s possible vectors of development and more effectively confront future threats. You, too, can learn what actions various malicious programs take in infected systems and how to withstand them.

Win32.HLLW.Whboy aliases:

Name Vendor Dr.Web classification name
Virus:Win32/Viking.JB Microsoft Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Generic.Malware.SPPkg.F2DB8369 BitDefender Win32.HLLW.Whboy
WORM_FEMOT.F Trend Micro Win32.HLLW.Whboy
PWS-QQPass.gen McAfee Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Worm/Delf.ACO AVG Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Net-Worm.Win32.Delf.a Kaspersky Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Generic.Malware.SPdldspPkg.48DF66BD BitDefender Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Possibly a new variant of W32/Behavior:SelfStarterInternetTrojan!Maximus F-Prot Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Win32/Yoboy.A!DLL!Worm E-Trust Win32.HLLW.Whboy
PSW.Generic2.VOC AVG Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Backdoor.Hupigon.DKL BitDefender Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Win32.Wuke.A BitDefender Win32.HLLW.Whboy
TROJ_Generic Trend Micro Win32.HLLW.Whboy
W32/Wuke McAfee Win32.HLLW.Whboy
W32/Padora.B F-Prot Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Win32/Runepo.E E-Trust Win32.HLLW.Whboy Kaspersky Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Generic.Malware.SPBdldPkg.19CFC313 BitDefender Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Possibly a new variant of W32/Threat-HLLIN-Slipper-based!Maximus F-Prot Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Worm.Win32.Fujack.j Kaspersky Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Win32.Worm.Fujacks.F BitDefender Win32.HLLW.Whboy
WORM_FUJACK.I Trend Micro Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Worm.Win32.Fujack.c Kaspersky Win32.HLLW.Whboy
PE_FUJACKS.GEN Trend Micro Win32.HLLW.Whboy
W32/Fujacks McAfee Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Possibly a new variant of W32/Threat-HLLIN-based!Maximus F-Prot Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Generic.Malware.SPdldPkg.55238F8F BitDefender Win32.HLLW.Whboy
WORM_FUJACKS.BB Trend Micro Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Possibly a new variant of W32/new-malware!Maximus F-Prot Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Win32.Worm.Fujacks.U BitDefender Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Possible_Fujak-1 Trend Micro Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Worm.Win32.Fujack.r Kaspersky Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Worm.Win32.Fujack.ah Kaspersky Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Generic.Malware.SPBdldPkg.7E72079C BitDefender Win32.HLLW.Whboy
WORM_DELF.CET Trend Micro Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Worm/Delf.AER AVG Win32.HLLW.Whboy Kaspersky Win32.HLLW.Whboy
HTML_FUJACKS.EO Trend Micro Win32.HLLW.Whboy
HTML/Emerleox E-Trust Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Worm.Win32.Fujack.n Kaspersky Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Win32.HLLW.Whboy VirusBlokAda Win32.HLLP.Whboy.36
Win32.HLLW.Whboy VirusBlokAda Win32.HLLP.Whboy.23
Win32.HLLW.Whboy VirusBlokAda Win32.HLLP.Whboy.24
Win32.HLLW.Whboy VirusBlokAda Win32.HLLP.Whboy.90
Win32.HLLW.Whboy VirusBlokAda Win32.HLLP.Whboy.22
Win32.HLLW.Whboy VirusBlokAda Win32.HLLP.Whboy.92
Win32.HLLW.Whboy VirusBlokAda Win32.HLLP.Whboy.91
Win32.HLLW.Whboy VirusBlokAda Win32.HLLP.Whboy.80
Worm.Win32.Fujack.n VirusBlokAda Win32.HLLW.Whboy
Win32.HLLW.Whboy VirusBlokAda Win32.HLLP.Whboy

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