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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.

Recent malware descriptions

Danger Virus name Date Detection date Details
Linux.BackDoor.Proftpd 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.BackDoor.Rootkit.1 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.BackDoor.Rootkit.2 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.BackDoor.Rootkit.3 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.BackDoor.Rootkit.4 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.BackDoor.RpcTime 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.BackDoor.Sckit 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.BackDoor.Shadoor 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.BackDoor.Shell 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.BackDoor.Ski 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.BackDoor.Stream 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.BackDoor.SubSeven 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.BackDoor.Tsunami 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.BackDoor.Udp 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Badcrc.556 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Bliss.17892 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Bliss.18604 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.BTM 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Bumblebee.1403 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Bumblebee.1411 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Caline.18557 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Cheese 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Clifax 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.DDoS.Kaiten 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.DDoS.SSPing.10 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Diesel.969 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Eriz.401 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Exploit.Bind 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Exploit.DCom.2 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Exploit.DCom.3 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Exploit.Ftpd 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Exploit.SendMail 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Exploit.Sshd 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Flooder.Bliz.20048 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Flooder.Bliz.21301 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Flooder.Pong.18171 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Flooder.Raped.15832 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Flooder.RpcMassiv 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Flooder.Stream.15782 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Flooder.Synk.15552 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Flooder.Synk.15677 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.GhostDog.1236 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.GhostDog.4564 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Gildo 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Glaurung.666 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Gobleen.478 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Gobleen.932 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Henky.482 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Hijack 16.02.2006 --- Show
Linux.Kagob.15244 16.02.2006 --- Show

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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