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RE: Malware database Jan 14 2011 06:39PM
Anshuman Anil Deshmukh (anshuman cybage com) (1 replies)
Re: Malware database Jan 17 2011 02:19PM
Jay Scalf (jayscalf comcast net)
Kaspersky Labs data base is used by Zone Alarms and does a good job with
viruses and spyware, including Trojans. Worms and Rootkits take the
additional measures previously mentioned by me and others. Rootkit Hook
Analyzer will show what's going on with your computer, but use with
caution because legitimate hooks are shown also, such as, Kaspersky and
Zone Alarms.
Jay

On 1/14/2011 12:39 PM, Anshuman Anil Deshmukh wrote:
> Hi Huffen,
>
> Following are my suggesstions-
>
> 1. Kaspersky one of the leading antivirus vendor has a removal tool which is Kaspersky Removal Tool; though size of the tool is bit bulky i.e. Around 80 MB. The good part of this tool is that it generates the report of scan in ver detailed manner and let you about each process on the system and has good feature to provide you with suggesstions like making the system more secure like disabling autorun, etc.
>
> 2. GMER tool. Search google and the first site that appears in the list is the one. It scans the system thoroughly and highlights the suspicious file, process in RED. It can detect any rootkit in installed in the system. It has also inbuilt capabilities for executing the registry, command prompt in case the worm has disabled the functionality. Ensure that this tool is executed in safe mode without network option.
>
> 3. COMBOFIX, a program that cleans all types of infections automatically. Even if for some reason if failed can help you to remove malware by giving you a extensive report.
>
> I hope this helps!
>
> Anshuman
> Sent from Blackberry
>
> --- original message ---
> From: "Huffen Doback"<huffen.doback (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]>
> Subject: Malware database
> Date: 14th January 2011
> Time: 9:32:52 pm
>
> I came across an error the other day that I suspected to be from some
> form of malware, but I couldn't exactly pin it down. I googled the
> process in question, srvpool.exe, but couldn't really find any
> definitive answers. I ended up reimaging the computer just to play it
> safe. But this whole experience made me start looking for some kind
> of malware/virus database that contains information about known
> malicious threats, but I couldn't really find anything. Is there
> anything, aside from simply googling, that serves as a database or
> wiki about known malicious software?
>
> -Alex
>
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