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5/17: Flush-D Trojan Modifies DNS Server

5/17: Flush-D Trojan Modifies DNS Server
May 17, 2005

Trojan.Flush.D is a Trojan horse that modifies the DNS server settings on a compromised computer and redirects the browser to potentially malicious Web sites.

Technical details can be found at Symantec page.

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