Windows Defender Definition Update 1.315.1359.0 Released

Windows Defender Definition Update 1.315.1359.0 Released to add a detection and update 2. 

Windows Defender Definition Update 1.315.1359.0

Microsoft rolls out Definition update as a part of routine work to power Windows 10 to identify the latest threats and neutralize them. Called as security intelligence update it brings packages for all the built-in security tools. The tools are Windows defender and other antimalware which consistently and tirelessly run on the computer to protect from vulnerabilities. Today Windows Defender Definition Update 1.315.1359.0 is released which adds one threat detection and updates 2.

You will receive this definition update automatically as usual. Else for manual exploration, you can go to Windows Security > Virus & threat protection > Check for updates. Now click on “Check for updates” in the Security intelligence section.

Windows Defender Definition Update 1.315.1359.0

Windows Defender Definition Update 1.315.1359.0 version adds detection TrojanDownloader:O97M/EncDoc.DU!MTB. This TrojanDownloader threat downloads and installs the malware without taking your permission. Thankfully, Windows Defender,  Microsoft Security Essentials and Microsoft Safety Scanner identify this threat and neutralize it.

Furthermore, the package updates detections for Trojan:Win32/Glupteba.PA!MTB and TrojanDownloader:O97M/EncDoc.ARJ!MTB. The risk level of both threats is severe.

Trojan:Win32/Glupteba.PA!MTB can execute multiple manipulations of a malicious attacker’s choice on your PC. Windows Defender detects this threat, remove and send you a notification about the same. You should also use a full scan to detect and baffle this.

TrojanDownloader:O97M/EncDoc.ARJ!MTB is also a severe grade threat that can harm your computer at any time. You can use Windows Defender Microsoft Safety Scanner, and Microsoft Security Essentials and identify this threat and Counteract it.

Source – Release note.

 

 

   
 
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