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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
Win32.HLLW.Adventa 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.AFX.23040 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Agobot.1 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Agobot.109 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Agobot.11 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Agobot.16 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Agobot.2 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Agobot.3 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Agobot.4 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Agobot.7 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Ahmaru 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Aimal 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Alcopaul.15948 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Alcopaul.16384 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Alcopaul.20480 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Alcopaul.24576 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Alcopaul.32117 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Allegro 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Allegro.31774 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Allocup 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Allure.32768 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Alsek 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Amaru 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Amazex 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Amigos 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Anav 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Anav.43528 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Anav.47104 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Anig.1 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Anig.2 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Anig.3 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Anig.4 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Animal 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Anite 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Anonymous 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.AntiFizz 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.AntiMP3 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Antinny.1 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Antinny.10 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Antinny.11 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Antinny.12 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Antinny.13 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Antinny.14 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Antinny.15 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Antinny.16 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Antinny.17 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Antinny.18 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Antinny.19 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Antinny.2 16.02.2006 --- Show
Win32.HLLW.Antinny.20 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.

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