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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
Select.1258 16.02.2006 --- Show
Select.1800 16.02.2006 --- Show
Selev.2392 16.02.2006 --- Show
Selfex.1472 16.02.2006 --- Show
Semi.895 16.02.2006 --- Show
Semtex.1000 16.02.2006 --- Show
Senda.4162 16.02.2006 --- Show
Senna.Generator.10 16.02.2006 --- Show
Senorita.883 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sensi.Generator 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sentinel.4571 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sentinel.4596 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sentinel.4625 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sentinel.4636 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sentinel.4638 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sentinel.5115 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sentinel.5173 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sentinel.5402 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sentinel.dropper.4636 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sept13.440 16.02.2006 --- Show
Septic.222 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sepultura 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sepultura.2135 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sepultura.242 16.02.2006 --- Show
Serbu.3322 16.02.2006 --- Show
Serbu.3493 16.02.2006 --- Show
Serg.424 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sergant.229 16.02.2006 --- Show
SerNo.1471 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sesc.448 16.02.2006 --- Show
Setman.Generator 16.02.2006 --- Show
Setman.Generator.2 16.02.2006 --- Show
Setman.Generator.4 16.02.2006 --- Show
Setman.Generator.5 16.02.2006 --- Show
Setman.Generator.6 16.02.2006 --- Show
Setman.Generator.7 16.02.2006 --- Show
Sevenc.Generator 16.02.2006 --- Show
S-Gnome.654 16.02.2006 --- Show
SGWW.1201 16.02.2006 --- Show
SGWW.551 16.02.2006 --- Show
SGWW.Ace.1872 16.02.2006 --- Show
SGWW.Amber.1408 16.02.2006 --- Show
SGWW.Amber.2724 16.02.2006 --- Show
SGWW.Amber.3000 16.02.2006 --- Show
SGWW.Beast.1216 16.02.2006 --- Show
SGWW.Beast.1347 16.02.2006 --- Show
SGWW.Beast.1371 16.02.2006 --- Show
SGWW.Beast.1444 16.02.2006 --- Show
SGWW.Beast.1465 16.02.2006 --- Show
SGWW.DrinkUp 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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