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Postby Mori » 05 May 2006, 08:53

Anyone know where to find detailed info on Win32 VB.NBB worm ?
Googling it gives me nothing.
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Postby Gromit » 05 May 2006, 09:44

Have you tried symantec

They often have a good library of info on viruses, trojens and worms
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Symantec can't help

Postby RiVaL » 20 Nov 2007, 22:34

I'm one of the fortunate that understand German and have found a website that helped me remove the Win32/VB.NBB
The app "Spyware Doctor" helped me as "NOD32" & "SUPERAntiSpyware" did not know what to do!

Hope this helps you with the Worm
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Postby Stuart » 21 Nov 2007, 00:33

Ooooo, I can win a worm. How do I enter?
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Re: Symantec can't help

Postby rustypup » 21 Nov 2007, 08:20

RiVaL wrote:The app "Spyware Doctor" helped me as "NOD32" & "SUPERAntiSpyware" did not know what to do!


first off, welcome RiVaL!.. be sure to pop on over to the >>intro<< thread and hum us a few bars :wink:

nod32 has picked this one up with little issue in the past... i'm surprised to hear not so on your system?... as per eset, the signature has been in use since at least 1.1254, (which is a while back)...

<aside>
anyone else running nod v.3?
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Postby SBSP » 21 Nov 2007, 10:02

My younger brother had nod32 on his PC, but says is crappy.

But then again he probably doesnt even know how to use it.

Rustypup it seems like you like this Noddy spy ware detector.
Are you a NOD32 Distributer ? and ARE YOU promoting it ?
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Re: Symantec can't help

Postby Stuart » 21 Nov 2007, 10:04

rustypup wrote:<aside>
anyone else running nod v.3?
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Nope, still 2.7. Are you running 3?
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Postby rustypup » 22 Nov 2007, 11:20

SBSP wrote:Are you a NOD32 Distributer ? and ARE YOU promoting it ?
no, and hell yes... i've used a number of security products over the years and this is the first one that actually impressed me.

schase wrote:Are you running 3?
yes. complete UI rebuild with some interesting additions... footprint has grown a little, but not excessively so.
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Postby SBSP » 22 Nov 2007, 11:30

Dont you guys ever use spyware doctor.

I find that to be good spyware detector
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Postby ADV4NCED » 22 Nov 2007, 11:35

I had Nod32 which I really did think was good, however installing Kaspersky found about 8 viruses on my machine that my fully updated Nod32 AV never detected at all.

IMHO Kaspersky 7 is the best AV around...
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Postby rustypup » 22 Nov 2007, 11:48

ADV4NCED wrote:Kaspersky found about 8 viruses on my machine that my fully updated Nod32 AV never detected at all.
virus or spyware?
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Postby ADV4NCED » 22 Nov 2007, 13:14

rustypup wrote:
ADV4NCED wrote:Kaspersky found about 8 viruses on my machine that my fully updated Nod32 AV never detected at all.
virus or spyware?


Virus

Two that I remember the name of was Fujacks, cant remember the others but I clearly remember Fujacks. afaik fujacks is rather a worm however...
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Postby Stuart » 22 Nov 2007, 13:28

rustypup wrote:
schase wrote:Are you running 3?
yes. complete UI rebuild with some interesting additions... footprint has grown a little, but not excessively so.

So it looks like it's an actual release. It's not in beta or anything? I have a license for 2.7, so do I need to buy a new license for v.3 or can I use the same license? Do you know?
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Postby rustypup » 22 Nov 2007, 13:59

schase wrote:do I need to buy a new license for v.3 or can I use the same license?
no new license required...

and yes, it's a full release :wink:

@ADVANCED: what OS are you running?
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Postby ADV4NCED » 22 Nov 2007, 14:20

Win XP SP2 (64 bit) with all updates up-to-date
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Postby Stuart » 22 Nov 2007, 14:49

Hmm, tried to download v. 3 but when I enter my username and password in the download section it doesn't accept it.
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