New Trojan

Scott Silva ssilva at
Thu Jul 24 20:25:51 IST 2008

on 7-24-2008 11:56 AM dnsadmin spake the following:
> At 02:33 PM 7/24/2008, you wrote:
>> Derek Buttineau wrote:
>>> On 2008-Jul-24, at 1:53 PM, Hugo van der Kooij wrote:
>>>> Hash: SHA1
>>>> Scott Silva wrote:
>>>> | I guess the blacklists have been helping me because I haven't seen 
>>>> any.
>>>> | But it is early, and now that I said something I will be flooded.  
>>>> ;-P
>>>> If that helps to lay your hands on them I might want to claim I have 
>>>> not
>>>> yet received a single one of them.
>>>> Hugo.
>>> We're seeing a ton of them incoming now too, clamav is still not 
>>> detecting them either :(
>>> Derek
>> What sig file are you running? Daily here is 7815
>> We are catching them, and have been since sometime yesterday afternoon 
>> (GMT-7).
>> Clam calls them as Trojan.Zbot-1711, Trojan.Zbot-1712
>> Ken
> I'm still not catching them with clamscan, I've got 7815 here, too, but 
> running ClamAV 0.92.1 and suspect that is why.
> Thinking very seriously about upgrade today.
> Cheers,
> Glenn
Clam engines lose functionality the farther out of date they are even though 
the signatures still load. That is why you get those functionality warnings of 
how bad it might be out of date. See

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