looking for XP Antivirus 2008

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I'm looking for XP Antivirus 2008 (or it's recent reincarnation) for demonstration purposes on a sandboxed VM.  (EICAR test files aren't sufficient for what I need)

So far, all my searches only result in remedies to remove it.

Know where I can find it?
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I saw the question and just had to join the discussion.  I looked around and can't find anywhere to download it.  You'd think with all of the computers being infected that it would be easy to find.  I know my customers have no problem finding it.  I can't find a way other then visiting as many questionable websites as possible.  Enjoy, and thanks for the laugh.

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Jason YousefSr. BI  Developer

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That's a good question....you can search at the Global Virus Map

http://home.mcafee.com/VirusInfo/VirusMap.aspx

maybe you'll find it, beware don't get infected :)
Chilids,

I know this is not answering the question, but I had to laugh out loud when I read your comment.  My users don't seem to have difficulty finding every piece of malware under the sun also.
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It is funny!   My AV logs show it being removed (or detected) from user machines every day - but I can't find it myself!  

Though I'm sure it's just a coincidence that the users browser history is cleared by the time they bring their machine to me...
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www.offensivecomputing.net/

register and search for the malware samples. All samples are compressed and protected with this password (infected)

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Ah - found it at last!
a variation of the FakeAV.  wasn't a problem to escape from in google Chrome - though beware it prompts for you to download Setup_295.exe

hzzp://non-antivirus-scan.com/snp1/?vih=%3DHm39jTuNjA4LjE2MC4xMjImcGlkPTI5NSZ0aW1lPTEyNjIwNEgNMAkN

note the hzzp instead of http - I don't want to post a direct link.

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