Name RKit/46997.A
Date Discovered May 5, 2011
Type Malware
Reported infection
Operating system Windows
VDF Version (2011-05-05 13:48)

The term 'RKIT' denotes a piece of software that uses cloaking techniques to hide itself from view. Therefore it has to be categorized as potentially malicious.

VDF Version (2011-05-05 13:48)
  • Avast: Win32:Rootkit-gen
  • AVG: Downloader.Agent2.BQDP
  • ClamAV: Win.Trojan.Autoit-1002
  • Dr. Web: Trojan.DownLoad2.24677
  • Kaspersky Lab: Trojan-Downloader.Win32.Agent.cpea
  • ESET: Win32/Packed.Autoit.R application
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