Alexey Sherikhov

kavbase, klavemu, ark, qscan, vlns, klsihk, interpregz, wlengine modules release

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Hello!

 

We are asking you to test kavbase, klavemu, ark, qscan, vlns, klsihk, interpregz, wlengine modules update

Update available from: http://dnl-test.kaspersky-labs.com/test/iro/

 

Release date:

19 June 2017 (start of targeting)

 

Update description:

 

kavbase

kavbase.kdl (i386) 3.3.4.6 4A17AA4C4C58AEEA49571A800FB57638 или 8693B6E714BB7933E325690EB1B48A36

kavbase.kdl (x64) 3.3.4.6 4C3A4C017A9FD4EC432A81EBFF310427

Changelist:

Bugfix

Improvements

 

klavemu

klavemu.kdl (i386) 22.46.20.7 a73f0a07c8722e9e589b014b7cdd4a59 или 03f11b305ab5c4e5b7e91eb7c493215d

klavemu.kdl (x64) 22.46.20.7 ADC58D927B66F09981BC71262D0DBE6B

Changelist:

Improvements for updater

 

QSCAN и ARK

qscan.kdl (i386) 4.6.2.0 80d07a936da9d844076edf86dc2e86fe или 2b2eb4840235082ecbfffdd6e329b4cb

kavsys.kdl (i386) 2.6.2.0 c30ac37687ebab0771ab58ad7b6afadb или 49bebdf505658b39680514d884b53e36

arkmon.kdl (i386) 1.12.3.2 a1791147888ff8f5efc747d522e0e88d или 693d24f9c28d7db820213733d70ca246

mark.kdl (i386) 5.12.3.2 ddce8eca0e50292499953f7dfcff7a05 или b5afac33e209ff5b88cada65f03661fb

mark.kdl for MacOS 1.0.6.3 c6f7716a21ee1683bfe740c2e49a3ccf

Changelist:

Improvements for updater

 

VLNS

vlns.kdl (i386) 6894A10ED8FB8F55A9FF0584C4438888 или 6FE121B72550B6C8A596B73F66646274

Changelist:

Bugfix

 

KLSIHK

klsihk.dll 14.0.245.0 7e64a3670a83bab968072d0e81cdda08

klsihk64.dll 14.0.245.0 3b41d2c71edb0ba397c4744fab62bd4b

klsihk64l.dll 14.0.245.0 763e9caa24b81b9c3045cf89043cedb6

Changelist:

Bugfix

 

interpecz and wlengine

wlengine.dll 2.0.76.0 fd59cce856e1e51ad634619b3781e242

interprecz.dll 2.0.56.0 fb811830ffa6f482a8574cc798df1ec8

Changelist:

Dump fix

 

How to test:

FAQ about testing:

Kavbase

Klavemu

QSCAN

ARK

VLNS

KLSIHK

interpecz

wlengine

 

Update etc

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I am using 2019 version and I discovered such different detection name:

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Is that some kinds of new detection method in new version/engine? Is it a kind of could based signature detection,or just using KSN to give a black-listed MD5 a detailed detection name?

 

Regards

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This is not the 1st time I found an specific UDS detection, but certainly are very rarely and the last one was many months ago...

 

Just tested a new #23 malware pack and I got these 3 specific UDS detections (and others multi.generic ones):

 

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