aprox 1.5 kb
(JS_AGENT.ARVC , JS/Downloader.gen, Trojan.Exploit.SSX, Downloader.Agent.ku, JS/Downloader.Agent)
There are no obvious signs until the attacker manages to infiltrate the system ( the final downloaded malware varies ).
It's always better to prevent : keep the antivirus updated, as well as any application that you might use (Flash Player).
Please let BitDefender disinfect your files.
Daniel Chipiristeanu, virus researcher
which belongs to a chain of "web based threats
" that uses numerous exploits to attack unaware users. The basic mechanism of this kind of threat is described here : Trojan.Exploit.SSX
The script uses a deconcept SWFObject
to find out the version of Flash Player
. It exploits different versions of Flash Player 9. It does this in order to check which exploited SWF
file to give to the client for the vulnerable versions. The SWF
exploit is detected as Exploit.SWF.Gen
and downloads another malware depending on the infected website.