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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 Trojan.MulDrop.13679
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Ruledoor
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.EmailBot
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Latinus.32
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.MulDrop.5848
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.8410
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Win32.HLLW.Aids
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.StartPage.20537
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.Legmir.1981
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Pigeon.83
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.Rmt
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.StartPage.20798
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.DownLoader.46245
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.StartPage.20532
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.TencentAd
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.Hangame
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Win32.HLLW.Autoruner.913
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.Qqrobber.246
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.MulDrop.9472
Win32/Malagent Microsoft BackDoor.IRC.Sdbot.2517
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.Legmir.1984
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.Lineage.3743
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.LDPinch.2496
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.Spamer
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.Spambot
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.Lineage.3744
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Win32.HLLM.Dref
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Win32.HLLW.Autoruner.918
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.Qqpass.1552
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.StartPage.20538
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.Legmir.1979
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.Rgb
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.Noway
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.StartPage.20534
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Win32.HLLM.Babylon
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.Ronet
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.Legmir.1980
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.LDPinch.2495
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Win32.HLLW.Autoruner.909
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Win32.HLLW.Autoruner.915
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Win32.HLLW.Rubbish
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Win32.HLLW.Autoruner.1891
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.Gamania.5878
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Win32.HLLW.Autoruner.914
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.Legmir.1983
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.StartPage.20533
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Win32.HLLW.Crow.10
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.StartPage.20536
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.StartPage.20539
Win32/Malagent Microsoft Trojan.PWS.Legmir.1978

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