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therube

join:2004-11-11
Randallstown, MD
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Re: Beware of Combofix - contains infected file

quote:
SHA256 Hashes of known affected versions are:

4524611a78ddd40afa7e13238da230302786c546d1f824e6e7dea480a5d55333
e5341c3c32a9726a2d3dd1ac0b90f13d896581ab8707dd0a17431df061a2a71d
4524611a78ddd40afa7e13238da230302786c546d1f824e6e7dea480a5d55333
e95f77fd437b16312fbd66a02fed8b179968a7615c1bd3cd3b2fd86879b4bbc8

quote:
Added hashes of the known affected version to first post. Hashes can be found below as well:

SHA256:
4524611a78ddd40afa7e13238da230302786c546d1f824e6e7dea480a5d55333
MD5: c71b0515ef1200755ae61a5c4c9e8a86

»www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/···431.html

(Now we need an SHA256 to MD5 converter .)

So presumably what I had gotten earlier, 1 day prior, is OK.
(It came from Softpedia, though I notified them of this issue so don't know if they're still hosting or not?)

Jrb2
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join:2001-08-31
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The file, which I scanned earlier at VT, was the one with checksums:
SHA256:
4524611a78ddd40afa7e13238da230302786c546d1f824e6e7dea480a5d55333
MD5: c71b0515ef1200755ae61a5c4c9e8a86

I did post those checksums in my previous post in this thread, along with the results at VT at that moment, and with the alert by NOD32.
I wasn't at that moment the first one who had scanned it there.