Roland Marco Dela Paz
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003
This backdoor connects to certain URLs. It may do this to remotely inform a malicious user of its installation. It may also do this to download possibly malicious files onto the computer, which puts the computer at a greater risk of infection by other threats.
16 Feb 2010
This backdoor drops the following files:
(Note: %System% is the Windows system folder, which is usually C:\Windows\System on Windows 98 and ME, C:\WINNT\System32 on Windows NT and 2000, or C:\Windows\System32 on Windows XP and Server 2003.)
Other System Modifications
This backdoor adds the following registry keys:
@ = "110004300"
This backdoor connects to the following malicious URLs:
16 Feb 2010
For Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 users, before doing any scans, please make sure you disable System Restore to allow full scanning of your computer.
Restart in Safe Mode
Search and delete this file
Delete this registry key
Important: Editing the Windows Registry incorrectly can lead to irreversible system malfunction. Please do this step only if you know how or you can ask assistance from your system administrator. Else, check this Microsoft article first before modifying your computer's registry.
Restart in normal mode and scan your computer with your Trend Micro product for files detected as BKDR_INJECT.ANI. If the detected files have already been cleaned, deleted, or quarantined by your Trend Micro product, no further step is required. You may opt to simply delete the quarantined files. Please check this Knowledge Base page for more information.