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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/Malagent aliases:

Name Vendor Dr.Web classification name
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8785
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8777
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Shang.16
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8784
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8790
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Vport.19
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8762
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.PeepView.227
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Tsunami
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.LMR.22
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.IRC.Sdbot.2144
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8767
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8781
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Phime
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Netrunner.27
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Sin.30
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.Click.4859
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8742
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Simserv
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8789
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8750
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.Click.4845
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.Click.4861
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Maper
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8780
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8779
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.Click.4846
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Vport.17
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.IRC.Sdbot.2145
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Radmin.45
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8748
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.Click.4855
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Netrunner.28
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Sin.31
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.XLog.25
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8741
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.IRC.Sdbot.2143
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Kais
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8775
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8776
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.Click.4851
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.11350
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8761
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Salidol
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8759
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Tuxder
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Moocat
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8753
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.Click.4853
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.Click.4860

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Vulnerabilities for Android

According to statistics, every fifth program for Android contains a vulnerability (or, in other words, a "loophole") that lets cybercriminals successfully introduce Trojans onto mobile devices and manipulate them into doing whatever actions they need them to.

Dr.Web Security Auditor for Android diagnoses and analyses a mobile device’s security and offers solutions to address security problems and vulnerabilities.

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