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Security Update 460 for Norton Internet Security

Sep 24, 2011

Security Updates give the most recent protection content for Norton Internet Security, which protect networked critical systems and remote and mobile users from unwanted network intrusions and hackers, as well as from viruses, Trojans, and worms.

To download and install the Security Update 460 you need to run LiveUpdate feature of Norton Internet Security product. Please note that LiveUpdate definition identifier of Security Update 460 is 20110923.030 and its description was last modified on September 23, 2011 7:43:41 PM PDT.

Security Update 460 adds coverage for the following vulnerabilities and threats:

  • System Infected: Trojan Downloader Activity 2:
    This signature detects suspicious activities associated with the download of malware which may result in the compromise of the host.

  • Web Attack: Malicious File Download Request 6:
    This signature will detect attempt to download malicious files through HTTP requests.

  • Web Attack: Malicious Exploit Kit Website 5:
    This signature detect attempts to download exploits from a malicious toolkit which may compromise a computer through various vendor vulnerabilities.

  • Fake App Attack: Fake Codec Website 3:
    An attempt to download a malicious file has been blocked. No further action is required, but you may wish to update your virus definitions and run a full system scan as a precautionary measure.


Security Update 460 provides updated coverage for the following vulnerabilities and threats:
  • Web Attack: Malicious Java Activity 12:
    This signature detects attempts to download malicious JAR files

  • Web Attack: Facebook LikeJacking 13:
    This signature will detect malicious web pages which are used for facebook likejacking attacks.


Security Update 460 removes coverage for the following vulnerabilities and threats:
  • Web Attack: Facebook LikeJacking Attack 5:
    This signature will detect malicious web pages which are used for facebook likejacking attacks.


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