02-21-2012 10:06 AM
Starting from what appears to be right after pattern update 683-936 was committed - we began receiving a very substantial amount of alerts from multiple internal "victims" for this Trojan. I am still investigating this internally. Has anyone else had a large amount of activity on this signature starting recently? Looking to verify if this is a false positive or not. Other AV protection layers are not reporting this type of activity. Thanks.
|Description:||This signature detected JS/Trojan.redirector.cay|
02-24-2012 05:27 PM
Content version 686-XXX has the fix.
When we get a report of a false positive we usually ask for the following.
show system info
-- To see all currently installed software.
Threat logs that you believe to be a false positive.
Traffic logs for the IP address identified in the Threat log.
If the firewall is configured to save a PCAP of the packet that triggered the threat we ask for this as well.
If the threat was triggered by a URL or a file download, we would like this information to try and reproduce internally.
02-21-2012 11:44 AM
I am seeing this as well. I thought maybe it was a single website, but from the looks of it, I think it just may be a false positive. I have identified the source IP's as being owned by a company called AppNexus (at least this is our case). I'm still investigating myself.
02-21-2012 12:34 PM
Thank you for the update from your end as well. I updated to the latest version a few minutes ago and no change. Events still showing up.
|Antivirus version||684-937 (2012/02/20)|
02-22-2012 06:47 AM
We also have a lot of these. The ones I have examined are from adnxs.com, which appears to be an advertising site. Brightcloud categorizes it as Trustworthy.
We also seem to have URL filtering categorizing a lot of advertisers like atdmt.com and doubleclick.net as malware sites.
02-22-2012 07:50 AM
We are also seeing a high number of these. Have the latest and greatest defenitions as well.
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