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Only Dr.Web cures the latest BackDoor.Tdss.565

November 11, 2009

Updated Dr.Web GUI Scanner against BackDoor.Tdss.565

The Russian anti-virus vendor Doctor Web warns Internet users of the new malignant modification of a backdoor belonging to the Tdss family. According to Doctor Web by 9.30 GMT no anti-virus has been capable of detecting the malicious program if it is already running. However, the beta-version of Dr.Web scanner detects and neutralizes BackDoor.Tdss.565.

You can find the description of BackDoor.Tdss.565 in the “All about viruses” section of Doctor Web’s site. This malicious program is a sophisticated piece of malware that takes advantage of rootkit technologies and is even more difficult to cure than the notorious Rustock.C. A detailed review of BackDoor.Tdss.565 will be published on Doctor Web's site shortly. Follow the news updates!

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