[Snort-sigs] SID 32174 BLACKLIST DNS request for known malware domain sr.symcd.com - Osx.Backdoor.iWorm
rmcglamery at ...3965...
Wed Oct 15 08:02:31 EDT 2014
This looks line its something related to older versions of FireFox, I am
trying to verify now.
On 10/15/14, 7:24 AM, "Greg Kay" <gkay at ...3961...> wrote:
>We are getting a large amount of hits for this domain which appears to be
>Symantec owned. Fairly certain this is a false positive.
>* 1:32174 <-> ENABLED <-> BLACKLIST DNS request for known malware domain
>sr.symcd.com - Osx.Backdoor.iWorm (blacklist.rules)
>* 1:32173 <-> ENABLED <-> BLACKLIST DNS request for known malware domain
>s2.symcb.com - Osx.Backdoor.iWorm (blacklist.rules)
>IP address is associated with geotrust, thawte and verisign as well.
>Have checked the references to virustotal but haven't seen anything there
>suggesting its bad. Maybe I'm missing something.
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