A system previously infected with W32/Pinkslipbot (Qakbot/QBot) may still be serving as a control server proxy for the malware. Even if all malicious components have been removed by a security product, the system may be vulnerable to attacks if it is publicly accessible over the internet. To help identify this vulnerability, McAfee Labs developed a free port-forwarding detection and removal tool specific to Pinkslipbot. This tool will also detect the Pinkslipbot control server proxy service and will disable (not remove) the service if found.
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