|23 Apr 2010||#1|
A case of mistaken identity.
There have been many instances where a virus infects an unintended target; this time it's a variant of Virus:Win32/Huhk. As the name indicates, this virus usually attempts to infect x86 PE files.
I came across a sample which contains the virus code, but there was something different about it...
Yes, the infected file is a Windows CE binary for the ARM architecture.
Microsoft Malware Protection Center : A case of mistaken identity
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