This executable Linux file (ELF), which arrives on affected systems as a dropped component of another malware, is used by malicious users to gain access to systems. It usually comes in a group or in a set of programs and scripts that work together to exploit them.
Its main purpose is to hide the malicious user's presence and to provide continued unauthorized access to the affected system. It also hides its components to avoid easy detection.
This ELF malware runs on Linux operating systems.
Analysis By: Ricardo O. Pineda Jr.