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Trojan-Downloader.Java.Agent.mm

Detected Jun 08 2011 14:20 GMT
Released Jun 08 2011 19:27 GMT
Published Sep 09 2011 12:44 GMT

Technical Details
Payload
Removal instructions

Technical Details

A trojan program that downloads files from the internet without the user's knowledge and launches them. It is a Java-archive (JAR-file). 2832 bytes.


Payload

When launching, the trojan downloads a file from the internet using the following link:

http://***controllers.nl/box/hzf.exe
The link did not work when creating the description.

This file is saved in the current user's temporary file directory under the following name:

%Temp%\C7D8U2X8.exe
The trojan then launches the downloaded file.

The trojan then launches the downloaded file and shuts down.


Removal instructions

If your computer has not been protected with anti-virus software and has been infected with malware, you will need to take the following actions to delete this:

  1. Delete the original program file (its location on the infected computer will depend on how the program got onto the computer).
  2. Delete the file downloaded by the trojan:
    %Temp%\C7D8U2X8.exe
  3. Run a full Kaspersky Antivirus scan of the computer with updated antivirus databases (download trial version).


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Trojan-Downloader

Programs classified as Trojan-Downloader download and install new versions of malicious programs, including Trojans and AdWare, on victim computers. Once downloaded from the Internet, the programs are launched or included on a list of programs which will run automatically when the operating system boots up.

Information about the names and locations of the programs which are downloaded are in the Trojan code, or are downloaded by the Trojan from an Internet resource (usually a web page).

This type of malicious program is frequently used in the initial infection of visitors to websites which contain exploits.


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