How to update your virus definitions file for NORTON PRESCAN

Setelah kita mendapat/ Download file update dari http://definitions.symantec.com/defs/
Copykan dimana tempat Anti Virus Norton-Prescan terdapat.
contoh : 20080915-002-i32.exe
1.Buatlah Shortcut dengan cara klik kanan file exe tersebut pilih Create Shortcut,
2.Kemudian klik kanan Shortcut tersebut dan pilih Properties, pada kolom isian target isi dengan C:\Norton-Prescan\20080915-002-i32.exe /EXTRACT "C:\Norton-Prescan\Virusdef" (C:\Norton-Prescan\Virusdef adalah folder dimana tempat update Virusdef dari Norton)
3.Jalankan Shortcut tersebut dengan mengklik 2x.
Maka akan muncul SARC Intelligent Updater
4.Tunggu proses sampai muncul /EXTRACT command successfully completed.
5.Periksa di C:\Norton-Prescan\Virusdef apakah sudah terdapat file baru.
6.PRESCAN.EXE dapat dijalankan untuk menscan komputer.

=======================
Norton AntiVirus Intelligent Updater
Installation Instructions
Copyright 1997-2005 Symantec Corporation
All rights reserved


Intelligent Updater
===================

This program automatically updates Norton AntiVirus and Symantec
AntiVirus products with the latest virus definitions. It automatically
searches for the program on your computer and updates the necessary files.

This document includes installation instructions for the following
platforms:

I. Norton AntiVirus 2000 for Win9x/NT/2000
II. Norton AntiVirus 2001 for Win9x/Me/NT/2000
III. Norton AntiVirus 2002 for Win98/Me/NT/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
IV. Norton AntiVirus 2003 for Win98/Me/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
V. Norton AntiVirus 2004 for Win98/Me/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
VI. Norton AntiVirus 2005 for Win98/Me/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
VII. Norton AntiVirus 7.x Corporate Edition
VIII. Symantec AntiVirus 8.x Corporate Edition
IX. Symantec AntiVirus 9.x Corporate Edition
X. Norton AntiVirus for OS/2
XI. Norton AntiVirus for Microsoft Exchange (Intel)
XII. Symantec AntiVirus/Filtering for Domino
XIII. Norton AntiVirus 2.0 for Lotus Notes for AS/400
XIV. Norton AntiVirus 2.5 for Lotus Notes for AS/400 (iSeries)
XV. Norton AntiVirus 2.5 for Lotus Notes for OS/390

It also includes instructions and resources for manual updates.

XVI. Installing Virus Definition Files Manually
XVII. Intelligent Updater File List
XVIII. Recent changes


=====================================================================
Installation Files and Disk Sets
=====================================================================

The Intelligent Updater installation disks or CD contains several
executable files. The filenames change from week to week. They show
the year (yyyy) the month (mm) and day (dd) that the definitions
were released. They also show the version number (vvv) which represents
multiple builds


Filename: Description:
---------------------------------------------------------------------
yyyymmdd-vvv-I32.EXE Intelligent Updater (v4.01.57) updates
- Norton AntiVirus 2000 for Windows 9x/NT/2000
- Norton AntiVirus 2001 for Windows 95b/98/NT/2000/Me
- Norton AntiVirus 2002 Professional Edition
- Norton AntiVirus 2002 for Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
- Norton AntiVirus 2003 Professional Edition
- Norton AntiVirus 2003 for Windows 98/Me/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
- Norton AntiVirus 2004 Professional Edition
- Norton AntiVirus 2004 for Windows 98/Me/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
- Norton AntiVirus 2005 for Windows 98/Me/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
- Norton AntiVirus 7.x Corporate Edition Client
- Norton AntiVirus for Microsoft Exchange (Intel)
- Norton SystemWorks (all versions)
- Norton Utilities for Windows 95/98 (all versions)
- Symantec AntiVirus 3.0 for CacheFlow Security Gateway
- Symantec AntiVirus 3.0 for Inktomi Traffic Edge
- Symantec AntiVirus 3.0 for NetApp Filer/NetCache
- Symantec AntiVirus 3.1 for SMTP Gateways for Windows
- Symantec AntiVirus 8.0 Corporate Edition Client
- Symantec AntiVirus 8.1 Corporate Edition Client
- Symantec AntiVirus 9.0 Corporate Edition Client
- Symantec AntiVirus/Filtering 3.02 for Microsoft Exchange 2000
- Symantec AntiVirus/Filtering 3.1 for Domino
- pcAnywhere32 7.5 and higher for Windows NT


yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-1.EXE Multiple-file, floppy disk version of
and yyyymmdd-vvv-I32.EXE (above). These files
yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-2.ZIP must be run from the floppy drive. Insert
and the first disk and execute the file
yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-3.ZIP yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-1.EXE. Continue the update
and by inserting the diskettes as required.
yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-4.ZIP
and
yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-5.ZIP


yyyymmdd-vvv-X86.EXE Intelligent Updater (v2.09.52) updates
- Norton AntiVirus 2000 for Windows 9x/NT/2000
- Norton AntiVirus 2001 for Windows 95b/98/NT/2000/Me
- Norton AntiVirus 2002 Professional Edition
- Norton AntiVirus 2002 for Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
- Norton AntiVirus 2003 Professional Edition
- Norton AntiVirus 2003 for Windows 98/Me/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
- Norton AntiVirus 2004 Professional Edition
- Norton AntiVirus 2004 for Windows 98/Me/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
- Norton AntiVirus 2005 for Windows 98/Me/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
- Norton AntiVirus 7.x Corporate Edition
- Norton AntiVirus for Microsoft Exchange (Intel)
- Symantec AntiVirus 3.0 CacheFlow Security Gateway
- Symantec AntiVirus 3.0 for Inktomi Traffic Edge
- Symantec AntiVirus 3.0 for NetApp Filer/NetCache
- Symantec AntiVirus 3.1 for SMTP Gateways for Windows
- Symantec AntiVirus 8.01 (Build 457 and above) Corporate Edition Client
- Symantec AntiVirus 8.01 (any Build prior to 457) Corporate Edition Client or Server
- Symantec AntiVirus 8.1 Corporate Edition Client
- Symantec AntiVirus 9.0 Corporate Edition Client
- Symantec AntiVirus Scan Engine for Windows 2000 Server/2003 Server
- Symantec AntiVirus Scan Engine for Windows NT Server 4.0
- Symantec AntiVirus for Bluecoat Security Gateway for Windows 2000 Server/2003 Server
- Symantec AntiVirus for Clearswift MIMESweeper for Windows 2000 Server/2003 Server
- Symantec AntiVirus for Microsoft ISA Server for Windows 2000 Server/2003 Server
- Symantec AntiVirus/Filtering 3.02 for Microsoft Exchange 2000
- Symantec AntiVirus/Filtering 3.1 for Domino
- Symantec Mail Security for Domino v 4.0
- Symantec Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange Server 4.x
- Symantec Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange v 4.5
- Symantec Mail Security for SMTP v 4.0
- Symantec Web Security (Windows NT/2000)
- pcAnywhere32 7.5 and higher for WinNT

This is a large file for administrators who update
multiple versions of Norton AntiVirus. For more
information, refer to the .txt files that come
with this program. It is not available on floppy
disk.


yyyymmdd-vvv-I64.EXE Intelligent Updater (v4.01.57) updates
- Symantec AntiVirus 8.1 Corporate Edition Client for 64-bit OS only
- Symantec AntiVirus 9.0 Corporate Edition Client for 64-bit OS only


yyyymmdd-vvv-OS2.ZIP This is a zip file that contains the definitions
for Norton AntiVirus for OS/2.


yyyymmdd-vvv-unix.sh This is a compressed tape archive within a shell
script which contains definitions that update
- Norton AntiVirus for Gateways 2.x for Solaris
- Norton AntiVirus for Lotus Notes for AIX
- Norton AntiVirus for Lotus Notes for Solaris
- Symantec AntiVirus 2.5 for Lotus Notes/Domino for Linux
- Symantec AntiVirus 3.0 for CacheFlow Security Gateway
- Symantec AntiVirus 3.0 for Inktomi Traffic Edge
- Symantec AntiVirus 3.0 for NetApp Filer/NetCache
- Symantec AntiVirus 3.1 for SMTP Gateways for Solaris
- Symantec AntiVirus Scan Engine for RedHat Linux 6.2
- Symantec AntiVirus Scan Engine for Solaris 2.6 or higher
- Symantec AntiVirus/Filtering 3.0 for Domino (AIX, Solaris, UNIX)
- Symantec Antivirus for Bluecoat Security Gateway for Solaris/Linux
- Symantec Antivirus for Clearswift MIMESweeper for Solaris/Linux
- Symantec Web Security for Solaris 2.6 or higher


as400.ZIP This is a zip file that contains the definitions for
Norton AntiVirus 2.0 for Lotus Notes for AS/400


is400.ZIP This is a zip file that contains the definitions for
Norton AntiVirus 2.5 for Lotus Notes for AS/400
Norton AntiVirus 2.5 for Lotus Notes for AS/400 2.5
Symantec AntiVirus/Filtering 3.0 for Domino for iSeries


s390.ZIP This is a zip file that contains the definitions for
Norton AntiVirus for Lotus Notes for OS/390.



=====================================================================
I. Norton AntiVirus 2000 for Win9x/NT/2000
=====================================================================

1. Run the file yyyymmdd-vvv-I32.EXE (or yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-1.EXE if
using the multi-file, floppy disk set). The yyyymmdd represents
the date of the definition set. The vvv represents the version
number. For example, the filename could be 20021231-001-I32.EXE
for a December 31, 2002 definition set.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen.


=====================================================================
II. Norton AntiVirus 2001 for Win9x/Me/NT/2000
=====================================================================

1. Run the file yyyymmdd-vvv-I32.EXE (or yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-1.EXE if
using the multi-file, floppy disk set). The yyyymmdd represents
the date of the definition set. The vvv represents the version
number. For example, the filename could be 20021231-001-I32.EXE
for a December 31, 2002 definition set.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen.


=====================================================================
III. Norton AntiVirus 2002 for Win98/Me/NT/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
=====================================================================

1. Run the file yyyymmdd-vvv-I32.EXE (or yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-1.EXE if
using the multi-file, floppy disk set). The yyyymmdd represents
the date of the definition set. The vvv represents the version
number. For example, the filename could be 20021231-001-I32.EXE
for a December 31, 2002 definition set.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen.


=====================================================================
IV. Norton AntiVirus 2003 for Win98/Me/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
=====================================================================

1. Run the file yyyymmdd-vvv-I32.EXE (or yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-1.EXE if
using the multi-file, floppy disk set). The yyyymmdd represents
the date of the definition set. The vvv represents the version
number. For example, the filename could be 20021231-001-I32.EXE
for a December 31, 2002 definition set.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen.


=====================================================================
V. Norton AntiVirus 2004 for Win98/Me/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
=====================================================================

1. Run the file yyyymmdd-vvv-I32.EXE (or yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-1.EXE if
using the multi-file, floppy disk set). The yyyymmdd represents
the date of the definition set. The vvv represents the version
number. For example, the filename could be 20021231-001-I32.EXE
for a December 31, 2002 definition set.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen.


=====================================================================
VI. Norton AntiVirus 2004 for Win98/Me/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
=====================================================================

1. Run the file yyyymmdd-vvv-I32.EXE (or yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-1.EXE if
using the multi-file, floppy disk set). The yyyymmdd represents
the date of the definition set. The vvv represents the version
number. For example, the filename could be 20021231-001-I32.EXE
for a December 31, 2002 definition set.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen.


=====================================================================
VII. Norton AntiVirus 7.x Corporate Edition
=====================================================================

1. Run the file yyyymmdd-vvv-X86.EXE (or yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-1.EXE if
using the multi-file, floppy disk set). The yyyymmdd represents
the date of the definition set. The vvv represents the version
number. For example, the filename could be 20021231-001-X86.EXE
for a December 31, 2002 definition set.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen.


=====================================================================
VIII. Symantec AntiVirus 8.x Corporate Edition
=====================================================================

1. Run the file yyyymmdd-vvv-X86.EXE (or yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-1.EXE if
using the multi-file, floppy disk set). The yyyymmdd represents
the date of the definition set. The vvv represents the version
number. For example, the filename could be 20021231-001-X86.EXE
for a December 31, 2002 definition set.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen.


=====================================================================
IX. Symantec AntiVirus 9.x Corporate Edition
=====================================================================

1. Run the file yyyymmdd-vvv-X86.EXE (or yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-1.EXE if
using the multi-file, floppy disk set). The yyyymmdd represents
the date of the definition set. The vvv represents the version
number. For example, the filename could be 20021231-001-X86.EXE
for a December 31, 2002 definition set.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen.


=====================================================================
X. Norton AntiVirus for OS/2
=====================================================================

1. Download the file yyyymmdd-vvv-O32.ZIP.
2. Unzip this file into the Incoming directory:
\SYMANTEC\COMMON\SHARED\VIRUSDEFS\INCOMING
3. Norton AntiVirus will automatically begin using the new
definitions.


=====================================================================
XI. Norton AntiVirus for Microsoft Exchange (Intel)
=====================================================================

1. Run the file yyyymmdd-vvv-X86.EXE (or yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-1.EXE if
using the multi-file, floppy disk set). The yyyymmdd represents
the date of the definition set. The vvv represents the version
number. For example, the filename could be 20021231-001-X86.EXE
for a December 31, 2002 definition set.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen.


=====================================================================
XII. Symantec AntiVirus/Filtering for Domino
=====================================================================

1. Run the file yyyymmdd-vvv-X86.EXE (or yyyymmdd-vvv-I32-1.EXE if
using the multi-file, floppy disk set). The yyyymmdd represents
the date of the definition set. The vvv represents the version
number. For example, the filename could be 20021231-001-X86.EXE
for a December 31, 2002 definition set.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen.


=====================================================================
XIII. Norton AntiVirus 2.0 for Lotus Notes for AS/400
=====================================================================

1. Download the file as400.zip to a PC that is able to connect to
the AS400 server.
2. Unzip this file to a temporary location on the PC.
3. From the temporary location on the PC, use FTP to connect to the
AS400 server. Log in as QSECOFR, or a user that has *ALLOBJ
authority.
4. Change to Binary transfer mode.
5. Put the files into the Incoming directory:
/SYMANTEC/VIRUSDEFS/INCOMING
6. From the AS/400 console issue the command:
CHGOWN OBJ('/SYMANTEC/VIRUSDEFS/INCOMING/*') NEWOWN(QNOTES)
to change the owner of all the files to QNOTES.
7. Norton AntiVirus will automatically begin using the new definitions
within 10 minutes.


=====================================================================
XIV. Norton AntiVirus 2.5 for Lotus Notes for AS/400 (iSeries)
=====================================================================

1. Download the file is400.zip to a PC that is able to connect to
the AS400 server.
2. Unzip this file to a temporary location on the PC.
3. From the temporary location on the PC, use FTP to connect to the
AS400 server. Log in as QSECOFR, or a user that has *ALLOBJ
authority.
4. Change to Binary transfer mode.
5. Put the files into the Incoming directory:
/OPT/SYMANTEC/VIRUSDEFS/INCOMING
6. Norton AntiVirus will automatically begin using the new definitions
within 10 minutes.


=====================================================================
XV. Norton AntiVirus 2.5 for Lotus Notes for OS/390
=====================================================================

1. Download the file s390.zip to a PC that is able to connect to the
OS/390 server.
2. Unzip this file to a temporary location on the PC.
3. From the temporary location on the PC, use FTP to connect to the
OS/390 server. Log in as your domino server user.
4. Change to Binary transfer mode.
5. Put the files into the Incoming directory:
(Your Install Location)/Symantec/virusdefs/incoming
6. Norton AntiVirus will automatically begin using the new definitions
within 10 minutes.


=====================================================================
XVI. Installing Virus Definition Files Manually
=====================================================================

If you do not want Intelligent Updater to install the new virus
definitions for you automatically, you can use the /DUMP command to
extract the virus definition files, then copy the appropriate files
to the virus definitions folder.

Installing Virus Definition Files Manually
--------------------------------------------------------------------
1. Copy the Intelligent Updater program (yyyymmdd-vvv-I32.EXE or
yyyymmdd-vvv-X86.EXE) to an empty, temporary folder.
2. Launch the Intelligent Updater program using the /DUMP command.
For the yyyymmdd-vvv-X86.EXE file, use the /EXTRACT command.
This will extract all the virus definitions to the folder. For
example, type yyyymmdd-vvv-I32.EXE /DUMP to extract the files. Or
type yyyymmdd-vvv-X86.EXE /EXTRACT [path] where path represents
the current directory. The yyyymmdd represents the date of the
definition set. The vvv represents the version number. For example,
the filename could be 20021231-001-I32.EXE for a December 31
definition set.
3. Copy the files to the virus definition folder. Copy the files to
this location:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\VirusDefs\Incoming\

NOTE: Copy the file ZDONE.DAT last. This file signals Norton
AntiVirus that the definition set has been completely loaded. If
it is not loaded last, it may cause errors.


=====================================================================
XVII. Intelligent Updater File List
=====================================================================

Updated by yyyymmdd-vvv-I32.EXE
--------------------------------------------------------------------
CATALOG.DAT
ECBOOTIL.VXD
ECMSVR32.DLL
HH
NAVENG.EXP
NAVENG.SYS
NAVENG.VXD
NAVENG32.DLL
NAVEX15.EXP
NAVEX15.SYS
NAVEX15.VXD
NAVEX32A.DLL
NCSACERT.TXT
SCRAUTH.DAT
SYMAVENG.CAT
SYMAVENG.INF
TCDEFS.DAT
TCSCAN7.DAT
TCSCAN8.DAT
TCSCAN9.DAT
TECHNOTE.TXT
TINF.DAT
TINFIDX.DAT
TINFL.DAT
TSCAN1.DAT
TSCAN1HD.DAT
UPDATE.TXT
V.GRD
V.SIG
VIRSCAN.INF
VIRSCAN1.DAT
VIRSCAN2.DAT
VIRSCAN3.DAT
VIRSCAN4.DAT
VIRSCAN5.DAT
VIRSCAN6.DAT
VIRSCAN7.DAT
VIRSCAN8.DAT
VIRSCAN9.DAT
WHATSNEW.TXT
ZDONE.DAT

Updated by yyyymmdd-vvv-X86.EXE
--------------------------------------------------------------------
CATALOG.DAT
ECBOOTIL.VXD
ECMSVR32.DLL
ECOMSRVR.NLM
HH
INSCANM.DAT
LIC.DAT
NAVENG.EXP
NAVENG.NLM
NAVENG.SYS
NAVENG.VXD
NAVENG16.DLL
NAVENG32.DLL
NAVEX.EXP
NAVEX.NLM
NAVEX.SYS
NAVEX.VXD
NAVEX15.EXP
NAVEX15.NLM
NAVEX15.SYS
NAVEX15.VXD
NAVEX15.WLD
NAVEX16.DLL
NAVEX16A.DLL
NAVEX32.DLL
NAVEX32A.DLL
NAVLIC.DAT
NCSACERT.TXT
SCRAUTH.DAT
SYMAVENG.CAT
SYMAVENG.INF
TCDEFS.DAT
TCSCAN7.DAT
TCSCAN8.DAT
TCSCAN9.DAT
TECHNOTE.TXT
TINF.DAT
TINFIDX.DAT
TINFL.DAT
TSCAN1.DAT
TSCAN1HD.DAT
UPDATE.TXT
V.GRD
V.SIG
VIRSCAN.DAT
VIRSCAN.INF
VIRSCAN1.DAT
VIRSCAN2.DAT
VIRSCAN3.DAT
VIRSCAN4.DAT
VIRSCAN5.DAT
VIRSCAN6.DAT
VIRSCAN7.DAT
VIRSCAN8.DAT
VIRSCAN9.DAT
VIRSCANM.DAT
VIRWILD1.DAT
VIRWILD2.DAT
VIRWILD3.DAT
VIRWILD4.DAT
WHATSNEW.TXT
ZDONE.DAT

=====================================================================
XVIII. Recent changes
=====================================================================

31 January 2005
1. The Intelligent Updater files are now signed with a Symantec digital
signature. As a result of this change we have also made a change to
the /EXTRACT and /DUMP command line options. To use these option you
must now include the full path to the location where you wish to
extract the virus definition files to. For example,
20050105-001-I32.EXE /EXTRACT C:\TMP
2. The split disk Intelligent Updater can only be run from the floppy
drive.

=========================
******************************************************************************
** **
** What's New in the Symantec AntiVirus Definitions Files WHATSNEW.TXT **
** **
** Symantec Security Response September 15, 2008 **
** **
******************************************************************************

This document contains the following topics:

* Viruses and Blended Threats Alerts
* Changes Incorporated Into This Risk Definitions Update
* Additional Information


******************************************************************************
** Viruses and Blended Threats Alerts **
******************************************************************************

The ten most commonly reported threats for July 2008, worldwide:

1 Downloader
2 Trojan Horse
3 Trojan.Wimad
4 Trojan.Vundo
5 W32.SillyFDC
6 Infostealer.Gampass
7 W32.Gammima.AG
8 Trojan.Packed.NsAnti
9 Trojan.Brisv.A!inf
10 Backdoor.Trojan

******************************************************************************
** Changes Incorporated Into This Risk Definitions Update **
******************************************************************************


New risk definitions (sorted by Risk Name):

Risk Name Date added
--------- ----------
AndromedaAV 08/27/08
AntispywareProXP 09/12/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.199 08/25/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.202 09/03/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.203 09/03/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.204 09/03/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.205 09/03/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.206 09/04/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.207 09/08/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.208 09/11/08
Bloodhound.Olexe!ji 09/11/08
Bloodhound.Pdexe 09/11/08
Cleaner2009 09/10/08
Downloader.Swif.D 08/29/08
JS.Qsiframe 09/05/08
JS.posmonk 09/02/08
PY.Sibi!inf 09/05/08
Packed.Generic!44ef 09/07/08
Packed.Generic.181 08/22/08
Packed.Generic.182 08/22/08
Packed.Generic.183 08/27/08
Packed.Generic.184 08/27/08
Packed.Generic.185 09/11/08
Python.velrag 09/12/08
Ruby.Sylrot@mm 09/02/08
SpyDevastator 09/09/08
Spyware.CheatMonitor 09/04/08
Spyware.KeyPlusPlus 09/12/08
Spyware.Mod 08/28/08
Spyware.RemoteSpy 09/12/08
Spyware.XPCMonitor 09/12/08
SpywarePreventer 08/26/08
Suspicious.BA 09/11/08
Suspicious.MH.0 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.1 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.10 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.100 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.101 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.102 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.103 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.104 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.105 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.106 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.107 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.108 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.109 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.11 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.110 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.111 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.112 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.113 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.114 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.115 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.116 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.117 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.118 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.119 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.12 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.120 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.121 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.122 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.123 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.124 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.125 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.126 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.127 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.128 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.129 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.13 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.130 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.131 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.132 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.133 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.134 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.135 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.136 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.137 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.138 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.139 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.14 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.140 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.141 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.142 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.143 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.144 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.145 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.146 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.147 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.148 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.149 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.15 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.150 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.151 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.152 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.153 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.154 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.155 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.156 08/22/08
W32.Eskiuel 09/12/08

New risk definitions (sorted by Date added):

Risk Name Date added
--------- ----------
AntispywareProXP 09/12/08
Python.velrag 09/12/08
Spyware.KeyPlusPlus 09/12/08
Spyware.RemoteSpy 09/12/08
Spyware.XPCMonitor 09/12/08
W32.Eskiuel 09/12/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.208 09/11/08
Bloodhound.Olexe!ji 09/11/08
Bloodhound.Pdexe 09/11/08
Packed.Generic.185 09/11/08
Suspicious.BA 09/11/08
Cleaner2009 09/10/08
SpyDevastator 09/09/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.207 09/08/08
Packed.Generic!44ef 09/07/08
JS.Qsiframe 09/05/08
PY.Sibi!inf 09/05/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.206 09/04/08
Spyware.CheatMonitor 09/04/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.202 09/03/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.203 09/03/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.204 09/03/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.205 09/03/08
JS.posmonk 09/02/08
Ruby.Sylrot@mm 09/02/08
Downloader.Swif.D 08/29/08
Spyware.Mod 08/28/08
AndromedaAV 08/27/08
Packed.Generic.183 08/27/08
Packed.Generic.184 08/27/08
SpywarePreventer 08/26/08
Bloodhound.Exploit.199 08/25/08
Packed.Generic.181 08/22/08
Packed.Generic.182 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.0 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.1 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.10 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.100 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.101 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.102 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.103 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.104 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.105 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.106 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.107 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.108 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.109 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.11 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.110 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.111 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.112 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.113 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.114 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.115 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.116 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.117 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.118 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.119 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.12 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.120 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.121 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.122 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.123 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.124 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.125 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.126 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.127 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.128 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.129 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.13 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.130 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.131 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.132 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.133 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.134 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.135 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.136 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.137 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.138 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.139 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.14 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.140 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.141 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.142 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.143 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.144 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.145 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.146 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.147 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.148 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.149 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.15 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.150 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.151 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.152 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.153 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.154 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.155 08/22/08
Suspicious.MH.156 08/22/08

Modified risk definitions (sorted by Risk Name):

Risk Name Date changed
--------- ------------
1000Years.791 07/12/08
1000Years.791 06/17/08
1stAntiVirus 07/24/08
1stAntiVirus 07/01/08
1stAntiVirus 04/17/08
1stAntiVirus 01/17/08
1stAntiVirus 08/02/07
1stAntiVirus 07/17/07
1stAntiVirus 07/16/07
1stAntiVirus 07/12/07
1stAntiVirus 06/13/07
1stAntiVirus 06/09/07
1stAntiVirus 06/08/07
1stAntiVirus 05/23/07
1stAntiVirus 05/03/07
1stAntiVirus 04/25/07
2AntiSpyware 07/24/08
2AntiSpyware 04/17/08
2AntiSpyware 01/17/08
3APA3A.A 01/17/08
3b Trojan 01/17/08
3b Trojan 11/01/07
3b Trojan 10/31/07
3wPlayer 04/17/08
3wPlayer 12/03/07
3wPlayer 12/02/07
3wPlayer 08/22/07
3wPlayer 08/18/07
3wPlayer 08/17/07
3wPlayer 07/11/07
3wPlayer 07/09/07
888Bar 08/02/08
888Bar 08/01/08
888Bar 07/24/08
888Bar 05/29/08
888Bar 04/17/08
888Bar 03/31/08
888Bar 01/28/08
888Bar 01/17/08
888Bar 05/17/07
911BAT.Worm.B 03/03/08
911BAT.Worm.B 01/17/08
911BAT.Worm.B 11/01/07
911BAT.Worm.B 10/31/07
A2K.Damcor 07/12/08
A2K.Damcor 06/17/08
A97M.Accessiv.D 01/17/08
A97M.Accessiv.D 11/01/07
A97M.Accessiv.D 10/31/07
A97M.Accrest 01/17/08
A97M.AMG.Kit 07/19/08
A97M.Amg.Trojan 01/17/08
A97M.Amg.Trojan 11/01/07
A97M.Amg.Trojan 10/31/07
A97M.Loaded 03/03/08
A97M.Loaded 01/17/08
A97M.Loaded 11/01/07
A97M.Loaded 10/31/07
A97M.Poison 01/17/08
A97M.Poison 11/01/07
A97M.Poison 10/31/07
AA.716 07/12/08
AA.716 06/17/08
Aardwolf.448 07/12/08
Aardwolf.448 06/17/08
AAV.8824 07/12/08
AAV.8824 06/17/08
AAV.8824 01/17/08
AAV.8824 11/01/07
AAV.8824 10/31/07
Abaddon Trojan 01/17/08
Abaddon Trojan 11/01/07
Abaddon Trojan 10/31/07
ABAP.Delins 01/17/08
ABAP.Dosjob 07/12/08
ABAP.Dosjob 06/17/08
ABAP.Dosjob 01/17/08
ABAP.Dosjob 12/03/07
ABAP.Dosjob 11/30/07
ABAP.Dosjob 11/01/07
ABAP.Dosjob 10/31/07
ABAP.Rivpas.A 06/17/08
ABAP.Rivpas.A 01/17/08
ABAP.Sycode 07/12/08
ABAP.Sycode 06/17/08
ABAP.Sycode 01/17/08
Absturz.Trojan 03/05/08
Absturz.Trojan 01/17/08
Absturz.Trojan 11/15/07
Absturz.Trojan 11/01/07
Absturz.Trojan 10/31/07
ACAD.Pobresito 06/17/08
ACG 01/17/08
Acid.603 07/12/08
Acid.603 06/17/08
Acid.670 07/12/08
Acid.670 06/17/08
ACTS.LFM.926 07/12/08
ACTS.LFM.926 06/17/08

Modified risk definitions (sorted by Date changed):

Risk Name Date changed
--------- ------------
Backdoor.CVM 09/15/08
Backdoor.EggDrop 09/15/08
Backdoor.Graybird 09/15/08
Backdoor.Shellbot 09/15/08
Backdoor.Trojan 09/15/08
Downloader 09/15/08
Downloader.MisleadApp 09/15/08
Hacktool.Rootkit 09/15/08
Infostealer.Bancos 09/15/08
Infostealer.Gampass 09/15/08
Infostealer.Ldpinch.C 09/15/08
Infostealer.Onlinegame 09/15/08
IRC.Backdoor.Trojan 09/15/08
Trojan Horse 09/15/08
Trojan.Awax 09/15/08
Trojan.Dropper 09/15/08
Trojan.Favadd 09/15/08
Trojan.Flush.A 09/15/08
Trojan.Malscript!html 09/15/08
Trojan.Metajuan 09/15/08
Trojan.Pandex 09/15/08
Trojan.Pidief.C 09/15/08
Trojan.Zlob 09/15/08
W32.Gammima.AG 09/15/08
W32.IRCBot 09/15/08
W32.SillyFDC 09/15/08
W32.Virut.U 09/15/08
Adware.VirtuMonde 09/14/08
Backdoor.CVM 09/14/08
Backdoor.EggDrop 09/14/08
Backdoor.Graybird.D 09/14/08
Backdoor.Shellbot 09/14/08
Backdoor.Trojan 09/14/08
Bloodhound.ExcldFile 09/14/08
Downloader 09/14/08
Downloader.MisleadApp 09/14/08
Hacktool.Rootkit 09/14/08
Infostealer 09/14/08
Infostealer.Bancos 09/14/08
IRC Trojan 09/14/08
IRC.Backdoor.Trojan 09/14/08
Trojan Horse 09/14/08
Trojan Horse 09/14/08
Trojan.Abwiz 09/14/08
Trojan.Dropper 09/14/08
Trojan.Mdropper 09/14/08
Trojan.Mdropper.AA 09/14/08
Trojan.Mdropper.X 09/14/08
Trojan.PPDropper 09/14/08
Trojan.Vundo 09/14/08
W32.Fubalca.E 09/14/08
W32.Imaut 09/14/08
W32.Mytob@mm 09/14/08
W32.Spybot.Worm 09/14/08
W32.Virut.H 09/14/08
W32.Virut.U 09/14/08
Backdoor.Amitis 09/13/08
Backdoor.Assasin 09/13/08
Backdoor.Badcodor 09/13/08
Backdoor.Beasty 09/13/08
Backdoor.Bifrose 09/13/08
Backdoor.Ciadoor 09/13/08
Backdoor.Colfusion 09/13/08
Backdoor.ConstructKit 09/13/08
Backdoor.CVM 09/13/08
Backdoor.DMSpammer 09/13/08
Backdoor.EggDrop 09/13/08
Backdoor.Formador 09/13/08
Backdoor.Graybird 09/13/08
Backdoor.Graybird!Gen 09/13/08
Backdoor.Graybird.D 09/13/08
Backdoor.Graybird.K 09/13/08
Backdoor.HackDefender 09/13/08
Backdoor.Hupigeon 09/13/08
Backdoor.IRC.Bot 09/13/08
Backdoor.Mosuck 09/13/08
Backdoor.Optix 09/13/08
Backdoor.OptixPro.13 09/13/08
Backdoor.Papi 09/13/08
Backdoor.Powerspider 09/13/08
Backdoor.Prorat 09/13/08
Backdoor.Ranky 09/13/08
Backdoor.Sdbot 09/13/08
Backdoor.Shellbot 09/13/08
Backdoor.Singu 09/13/08
Backdoor.Snowdoor 09/13/08
Backdoor.SubSeven 09/13/08
Backdoor.Trojan 09/13/08
Bloodhound.ExcldFile 09/13/08
BO2K.Trojan Variant 09/13/08
Construction.Kit 09/13/08
Downloader 09/13/08
Downloader.Bancos 09/13/08
Downloader.Bancos!gen 09/13/08
Downloader.MisleadApp 09/13/08
Downloader.Trojan 09/13/08
Hacktool 09/13/08
Hacktool.DoS 09/13/08
Hacktool.Flooder 09/13/08

Name Changes (sorted by Old Risk Name):

Old Risk Name New Risk Name Date changed
------------- ------------- ------------
Bloodhound.AH.0 to Suspicious.AH.0 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.1 to Suspicious.AH.1 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.10 to Suspicious.AH.10 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.100 to Suspicious.AH.100 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.101 to Suspicious.AH.101 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.102 to Suspicious.AH.102 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.103 to Suspicious.AH.103 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.104 to Suspicious.AH.104 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.105 to Suspicious.AH.105 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.106 to Suspicious.AH.106 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.107 to Suspicious.AH.107 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.108 to Suspicious.AH.108 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.109 to Suspicious.AH.109 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.11 to Suspicious.AH.11 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.110 to Suspicious.AH.110 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.111 to Suspicious.AH.111 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.112 to Suspicious.AH.112 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.113 to Suspicious.AH.113 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.114 to Suspicious.AH.114 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.115 to Suspicious.AH.115 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.116 to Suspicious.AH.116 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.117 to Suspicious.AH.117 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.118 to Suspicious.AH.118 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.119 to Suspicious.AH.119 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.12 to Suspicious.AH.12 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.120 to Suspicious.AH.120 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.121 to Suspicious.AH.121 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.122 to Suspicious.AH.122 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.123 to Suspicious.AH.123 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.124 to Suspicious.AH.124 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.125 to Suspicious.AH.125 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.126 to Suspicious.AH.126 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.127 to Suspicious.AH.127 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.128 to Suspicious.AH.128 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.129 to Suspicious.AH.129 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.13 to Suspicious.AH.13 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.130 to Suspicious.AH.130 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.131 to Suspicious.AH.131 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.132 to Suspicious.AH.132 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.133 to Suspicious.AH.133 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.134 to Suspicious.AH.134 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.135 to Suspicious.AH.135 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.136 to Suspicious.AH.136 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.137 to Suspicious.AH.137 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.138 to Suspicious.AH.138 08/22/08
JS.posmonk to JS.Posmonk 09/02/08
PY.Sibi!inf to Python.Sibi!inf 09/05/08
Packed.Generic!44ef to Packed.Generic.185 09/11/08
Python.velrag to Python.Velrag 09/12/08
W32.Eskiuel to Trojan.Eskiuel 09/12/08

Name Changes (sorted by Date changed):

Old Risk Name New Risk Name Date changed
------------- ------------- ------------
Python.velrag to Python.Velrag 09/12/08
W32.Eskiuel to Trojan.Eskiuel 09/12/08
Packed.Generic!44ef to Packed.Generic.185 09/11/08
PY.Sibi!inf to Python.Sibi!inf 09/05/08
JS.posmonk to JS.Posmonk 09/02/08
Bloodhound.AH.0 to Suspicious.AH.0 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.1 to Suspicious.AH.1 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.10 to Suspicious.AH.10 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.100 to Suspicious.AH.100 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.101 to Suspicious.AH.101 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.102 to Suspicious.AH.102 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.103 to Suspicious.AH.103 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.104 to Suspicious.AH.104 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.105 to Suspicious.AH.105 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.106 to Suspicious.AH.106 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.107 to Suspicious.AH.107 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.108 to Suspicious.AH.108 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.109 to Suspicious.AH.109 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.11 to Suspicious.AH.11 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.110 to Suspicious.AH.110 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.111 to Suspicious.AH.111 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.112 to Suspicious.AH.112 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.113 to Suspicious.AH.113 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.114 to Suspicious.AH.114 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.115 to Suspicious.AH.115 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.116 to Suspicious.AH.116 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.117 to Suspicious.AH.117 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.118 to Suspicious.AH.118 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.119 to Suspicious.AH.119 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.12 to Suspicious.AH.12 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.120 to Suspicious.AH.120 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.121 to Suspicious.AH.121 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.122 to Suspicious.AH.122 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.123 to Suspicious.AH.123 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.124 to Suspicious.AH.124 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.125 to Suspicious.AH.125 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.126 to Suspicious.AH.126 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.127 to Suspicious.AH.127 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.128 to Suspicious.AH.128 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.129 to Suspicious.AH.129 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.13 to Suspicious.AH.13 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.130 to Suspicious.AH.130 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.131 to Suspicious.AH.131 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.132 to Suspicious.AH.132 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.133 to Suspicious.AH.133 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.134 to Suspicious.AH.134 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.135 to Suspicious.AH.135 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.136 to Suspicious.AH.136 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.137 to Suspicious.AH.137 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.138 to Suspicious.AH.138 08/22/08

Deletions (sorted by Risk Name):

Risk Name Date removed
--------- ------------
Bloodhound.AH.0 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.1 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.10 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.100 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.101 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.102 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.103 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.104 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.105 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.106 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.107 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.108 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.109 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.11 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.110 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.111 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.112 08/22/08
Packed.Generic.71 08/25/08
Packed.Generic.84 08/25/08
Packed.Generic.90 08/25/08

Deletions (sorted by Date removed):

Risk Name Date removed
--------- ------------
Packed.Generic.71 08/25/08
Packed.Generic.84 08/25/08
Packed.Generic.90 08/25/08
Bloodhound.AH.0 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.1 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.10 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.100 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.101 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.102 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.103 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.104 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.105 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.106 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.107 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.108 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.109 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.11 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.110 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.111 08/22/08
Bloodhound.AH.112 08/22/08



Remediation Added:

Risk Name Date added
--------- ----------
Trojan.Asprox 08/08/08
Adware.LookNSearch 08/06/08
SecureExpertCleaner 08/01/08
RegistryDoctor2008 07/31/08
Spyware.UltimateKeylog 07/31/08
Bloodhound.Cp 07/28/08
Spyware.AcePasswdSnif 07/28/08
W32.Jeefo 07/28/08
XLGuarder 07/25/08
RegistryDefender 07/23/08
W32.SillyP2P 07/22/08
InfeStop 07/21/08
W32.Rajump 07/21/08
XPdefender 07/18/08
Spyware.ChilyEMon 07/17/08
Spyware.SpyMail 07/17/08
DisableSpyware 07/15/08
MalwareProtector2008 07/14/08
MalwareWar 07/14/08
Unigray 07/14/08
DiskKnight 07/09/08
RaptorDefence 07/09/08
WinDefender 07/09/08
Spyware.MySpaceIMSnif 07/05/08
W32.Fakerecy 07/05/08
PCAntiSpyware 07/03/08
Spyware.OsMonitor 07/03/08
WinXProtector 07/03/08
SamInside 06/27/08
SpywarePro 06/27/08
AntispySpider 06/27/08
SpyKillerPro 06/26/08
Trojan.Horst 06/25/08
PrivacyRedeemer 06/25/08
PCClean 06/24/08
PrivacyWatcher 06/24/08
Spyware.PornCleanser 06/24/08
RealAV 06/23/08
MalwareScanner 06/23/08
Spyware.RelyAllInOne 06/23/08
Spyware.SpyBossPro 06/22/08
VBS.Invadesys.A 06/18/08
Adware.ISMonitor 06/17/08
AntiSpyKit 06/17/08
Spyware.BFGToolbar 06/17/08
VipAntiSpyware 06/17/08
WebMediaPlayer 06/17/08
Spyware.TupInsight 06/09/08
IEAntivirus 06/09/08
Spyware.ExpressKeylog 06/04/08


Remediation Deleted:

Risk Name Date removed
--------- ------------
Spyware.Netrat 07/15/08
Spyware.BFGToolbar 07/09/08
WinIFixer 05/22/08
WinIFixer 05/21/08
Hacktool.Spagent 11/30/05
SecurityRisk.Aries 11/08/05
Spyware.HSLABLogger 10/29/05
Spyware.IamBigBrother 10/29/05
Spyware.Webhancer 10/26/05
Adware.SearchCashbar 10/24/05
Backdoor.Subseven.22a 10/24/05
Spyware.NetVisor 10/24/05
Spyware_PCParent 10/24/05
Spyware_SaveKeys 10/24/05
Adware.GreenIo 10/24/05
Adware.Instdollars 10/24/05
Adware.Metasearch 10/24/05
Adware.Searchbarcash 10/24/05
Backdoor.Subseven.22.a 10/24/05
Spyware.NetVizor 10/24/05
Spyware.PCParent 10/24/05
Spyware.SaveKeys 10/24/05
Spyware.BrowserAccel 10/17/05
Adware.EraserAll 10/12/05
Dialer.Palazzo 10/07/05
Trojan.ISTsvc 10/07/05


Remediation Modified:

Risk Name Date modified
--------- -------------
Adware.Metasearch 10/25/05


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** Additional Information **
**********************************************************************
Additional information regarding this virus definitions update can be
found in UPDATE.TXT and TECHNOTE.TXT.

Note: The above lists are truncated.
To view all the latest risk changes, visit: http://www.symantec.com/avcenter/defs.added.html

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