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Just a little Halloween fun. http://18.104.22.168/
Figured I'd run the AV scanners through the wringer on halloween.exe and the 'dancing skeleton' to see just how accurate coverage is for this variant.
The results are here, as always, it seems the major vendors (McAfee) fail at detecting it, as usual.