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Kaspersky scan said file was threat free [VirusTotal==>19/43]

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IObit Security 360


OS:Windows XP


Define Version:1815

Time Elapsed:00:03:22

Objects Scanned:48873

Threats Found:1



Trojan.Agent, File, C:\WINDOWS\system32\Drivers\utexnjq5.sys, 9-26546


Hi fred1042


VirusTotal scan result 19 /43.


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This file is not infected and poses no threat.


It is in fact a driver file for AVZ (by Kaspersky).


Kaspersky nor any of the other serious antivirus vendors detect it as infected, because they know what it is.


The Bagle detection you see there is not true, but Bagle does use this file to do bad things.


hxin : just look at the file description ("Details" tab).



Let's ask our user. Fred : have you used AVZ on that machine ?




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Hi enoskype :smile:


Yeah I noticed that too, and had it re-analyzed with the same results.

When hxin had it analyzed, he was told it had already been analyzed so he chose (probably) to view that report. File had a different name, but same MD5, so VirusTotal considers them identical (which is true in most cases).


AVZ files can take on different names. We see that with many other tools as well, to try and avoid malware from blocking them.




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