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Diggin in old data backups


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I was going thru some old backup DVD's this morning and stumbled across the backup of a blasted Trojan!!!!!!!! I'll post a pic of Avira's guard alerting me. This made me laugh so hard I cried when I saw it. :thumbup

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I rofl'd when i saw the file infected... :D

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???? Hilarious! A-V busts A-V!!!! Only other way is if something else "infected" it...

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LOL @ "Norton 2003 Purchased Online"

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LOL @ "Norton 2003 Purchased Online"

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It was one huge dl I got from the Symantec Store. I can't remember what it was named then, but I renamed it.
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It was one huge dl I got from the Symantec Store. I can't remember what it was named then, but I renamed it.


You should have renamed it to "Virus 2003 Purchased Online" :whistle:

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If only I had known back then, what I know now, I'd be several bux richer, lmao!

Edited by Access Denied, 06 March 2009 - 08:23 AM.

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I think it's a false positive. According to Avira this trojan is from 2007, so a 2003 file cannot be infected.

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I think it's a false positive. According to Avira this trojan is from 2007, so a 2003 file cannot be infected.


A beta version of the virus? :blink: :D

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FP, yes, still funny as hell? definitely! :lol:
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Nice one man! Now I can tell anyone with Norton 2003 it really is a virus! I think they have made a lot of improvements with norton 360, but I remember the old ones as being slow and disliked.
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