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Hack-Tool:Android/SMBCheck.A

Classification

Category:  Riskware

Type:  Hack-Tool

Platform:  Android

Aliases:  -

Summary


SMBCheck.A is a tool that checks whether a vulnerable SMBv2 server exists on a system running on Microsoft Windows operating system.

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Technical Details


SMBCheck.A is a tool that checks whether a system running on a particular Microsoft Windows operating system has been installed with a vulnerable SMBv2 server. The vulnerable server may cause the system to halt its operation or display a blue screen, rendering the system unusable. The corresponding vulnerability, CVE-2009-3103, had already been addressed in the MS09-050 security update.

While hack-tools and similar apps may be legitimately used by the device's authorized user, they are classified by security programs as riskware because in the hands of unauthorized users, they can also be used to cause damage to the user's data or the device.

If you are confident that you are aware of the risks involved in using the program and consent to its use, you may choose to keep it installed on your device.

Description Created: 2012-08-10 00:00:00.0

Description Last Modified: 2012-08-10 00:00:00.0