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Win32/Quervar (a.k.a Dorifel, XDocCrypt) is a virus family that has been in the news recently, especially in the Netherlands. It has been reported to be causing havoc on computers of several notable Dutch institutions. In our analysis, we provide additional technical details about the workings of the virus and compare it to another virus, the […]

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Aug
2012

We have received several reports and inquiries about file infectors PE_QUERVAR.B-O (mother file infector) and PE_QUERVAR.B (infected file). Both are getting some media attention, specifically in Europe. Reports identify infections registering mostly in Netherlands. Its massive spreading maybe explained by a couple of things: It infects file that are most commonly found and shared in […]

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Over the past two weeks, an outbreak of Trojan.Milicenso has resulted in multiple reports of massive print jobs being sent to print servers, printing garbage characters until the printer runs out of paper. Our telemetry data has shown the worst hit regions were the US and India followed by regions in Europe and South America. […]

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