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RE: AV that supports spy/adware 2005-05-06
Evan Mann (emann pinnaclefinancial com)
No one can comment on how secure the adware/spyware protection that will
be offered by the big AV vendors will become. I think it will become on
par with the current products out there, in time. It could take a year
or more, but I think it will happen. With that in mind, why would you
turn down t

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RE: AV that supports spy/adware 2005-05-06
Douglas Schlachta (Sr. Infrastructure Security Analyst) (DouglasSchlachta cplodges com)
Well I beg to disagree.

The track record of most big AV companies has been very poor when it
comes to there ability to produce a decent product.
Also the fact that more than likely as in the case of Symantec, you will
still have multiple licenses you will have to struggle with and will
also most l

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RE: AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-06
David Philpotts (dphilpotts a-zmaps co uk)
Just had a meeting this morning with the sole CA AV reseller here in the
UK. CA bought Pest patrol a few months ago and are looking to integrate
the management interface into a joint web browser interface for Pest
Patrol and Etrust. Was also told there are big discounts this month on
Pest Patrol but

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RE: AV that supports spy/adware 2005-05-05
Steven Hay (shay communitysavings ca)
We take the opposite view, looking at separation of Adware and AV; also
filtering both with layered security. Our logic is not looking at
simplicity of management, but maximizing security protection. For the most
part the maintenance is low on our filters once they have been set up, but
licensing

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RE: AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-05
Kern, Tom (tkern CHARMER COM)
MS Antispyware uses its own update engine. it doesn't go thru AU

Shaffer, Bruce wrote:
> Trend Micro is just beginning to offer that functionality, actually
> later on this month. The efforts that they have now are weak but
> building strength.
>
>
> Sophos has always gone after the worst of t

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RE: AV that supports spy/adware 2005-05-05
Evan Mann (emann pinnaclefinancial com)
Simplicity of management. Why managed from 2 separate consoles,
maintain two different license agreements, etc., when you could do it
all from 1 single point. Less software to install on a client, less
resources used. Lots of reasons to go down that route.

Sure Spysweeper Enterprise and Sunbelt'

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RE: AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-05
Williamson, Scott (scott williamson htcinc net)
Dave,

I have been evaluating the new Symantec Client Security version 10 the
last few days and it's good. They've expanded it a lot and added better
detection and cleaning capabilities. I took a test machine (A VM IMAGE)
which was filled with different spyware programs that Spybot, Ad-aware,
etc.

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RE: AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-05
Steve McNamara (Steve McNamara aladdin com)
Go to www.aladdin.com and check out esafe it has the most advanced
spyware detection on the gateway level of any AV solution.

Best regards,
Steve McNamara
Sales Engineer, Southeast
Aladdin Knowledge Systems, Inc.

eSafe Technical Support
Phone: 800-677-1587
Web: http://wts.ealaddin.com/

Industr

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RE: AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-05
Sewell, Cathy (csewell mbari org)
Dave -

I think that's the $50,000 question right now. In my experience, yes, many AV products (i.e. Symantec, Trend, McAfee) are now also detecting at least some spyware/adware. At the same time, no one A/V vendor currently has the entire range of spyware covered. And, in fact, no one anti-spywa

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RE: AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-05
Shaffer, Bruce (bshaffer stsgi com)
Trend Micro is just beginning to offer that functionality, actually later on
this month. The efforts that they have now are weak but building strength.

Sophos has always gone after the worst of the spyware, I remember getting
Gator alerts in 1996 from Sophos. Sophos is also moving heavily into t

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RE: AV that supports spy/adware 2005-05-05
Thaddeus McNamara (tk coast-radio com)
F-Secures newest version integrates Ad-Aware Pro, which includes Ad
Watch, but it's a resource hog.

Check it out here: http://www.f-secure.com/estore/antispyware.shtml

Symantec's Client Security product has just introduced "Enhanced
protection from spyware and adware"

Check it out here:
http:

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RE:AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-05
Alan G. Monaghan (alanm gardnerweb com)
-----Original Message-----

>> From: Dave [mailto:wintermutecx (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]]

>> Sent: Thursday, May 05, 2005 1:00 PM

>> To: focus-virus (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]

>> Subject: AV that supoprts spy/adware

>> Anyone have a list of AV that detects spyware? We are currently using

>> eTrust with spybot and the M

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RE: AV that supports spy/adware 2005-05-05
Douglas Schlachta (Sr. Infrastructure Security Analyst) (DouglasSchlachta cplodges com)
Why would you even want to go down that road.

There is an excellent product on the market by WebRoot that is
enterprise manageable.

They appear to also be one of the main leaders in this area.
I would give them a check just to see. IMHO

Regards
Douglas Schlachta
SSCP, MCSE;Security, MCSE, CCNA,

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RE: AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-05
Jason Prespolis (jprespol neri org) (1 replies)
I believe Trend Micro is starting to offer that in one of it's product
line.

http://www.trendmicro.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave [mailto:wintermutecx (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]]
Sent: Thursday, May 05, 2005 1:00 PM
To: focus-virus (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
Subject: AV that supoprts spy/adware

Anyone have a l

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RE: AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-05
Patrick Nolan (p nolan comcast net)
AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-05
Dave (wintermutecx gmail com) (6 replies)
Anyone have a list of AV that detects spyware? We are currently using
eTrust with spybot and the MS beta antispyware. I'd like to get
something that's integrated. Thanks.

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Re: AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-06
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RE: AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-06
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Re: AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-05
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RE: AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-05
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Re: AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-06
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RE: AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-05
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RE: AV that supoprts spy/adware 2005-05-05
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Re: New/recent virus outbreak 2005-04-20
Ron Brown (browro samc com)
In-Reply-To: <2BF76EF9C289D046B3E7B9E20F9B0642D7BD0E (at) mail.paylessoffice (dot) com [email concealed]>

Dan,

Most likely it is Beagle.BN

http://www.sarc.com/avcenter/venc/data/pf/w32.beagle.bn (at) mm (dot) html [email concealed]

Ron
IS Security Administrator

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RE: New/recent virus outbreak 2005-04-20
Nick Duda (nduda VistaPrint com)
What I can add to this is that Trend Micro wasnt detecting this Toofo.F properly. I called them and they acknowledged they had a problem with the DAT file (many customers called) and would have an update for it by end of day. Our Symantec AV (on the workstations) was picking them up and removing it.

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RE: New/recent virus outbreak 2005-04-20
Jackson, Siobhan (ATG) (SiobhanJ ATG WA GOV)
Yes. And many of the recipient addresses are munged or otherwise invalid
addresses that tend to receive a lot of spam.

F-Secure's weblog reported "the sample appears to a variant of Mitglieder
trojan that is closely related to Bagle. It doesn't have replication
mechanism of its own, so it was prob

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RE: New/recent virus outbreak 2005-04-20
Beauford, Jason (jbeauford EightInOnePet com) (1 replies)
I've seen these recently yes. My antivirus (Symantec Corporate) caught
it.

-jmb

-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Denton [mailto:ddenton (at) PAYLESSOFFICE (dot) com [email concealed]]
Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2005 3:37 PM
To: focus-virus (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
Subject: New/recent virus outbreak

Have anyone seen any virus

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RE: New/recent virus outbreak 2005-04-20
Tallat Haq (tallat haq globalart4u com)
New/recent virus outbreak 2005-04-20
Dan Denton (ddenton PAYLESSOFFICE com)
Have anyone seen any virus infected emails coming from addresses with
usernames identical to those on your own email servers, but from domains
like hotmail.com or netzero.com ? These emails seem to be sent from a
spoofed email address such as example.user (at) netzero (dot) com [email concealed], and are sent to
example.user@my

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RE: MSN Messenger Malware? 2005-04-15
Handy, Mark (IT) (Mark Handy morganstanley com)
That site was closed down yesterday was it not?

Mark Handy
STAR (Security Threat Assessment and Response)

-----Original Message-----
From: Mikey [mailto:mike_chan_ (at) hotmail (dot) com [email concealed]]
Sent: 14 April 2005 22:26
To: focus-virus (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
Subject: Fwd: MSN Messenger Malware?

Sorry...that example

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