Christopher Daniel So
Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows Vista (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows 7 (32-bit, 64-bit)
Downloaded from the Internet, Spammed via email
This malware is involved in the cyber attacks that targeted specific users in South Korea during March of 2013. It enters systems through a spammed mail purporting to come from a major banking organization. It downloads and runs malware on affected systems, which may result in malicious routines being exhibited.
To get a one-glance comprehensive view of the behavior of this Trojan, refer to the Threat Diagram shown below.
This Trojan arrives as an attachment to email messages spammed by other malware/grayware or malicious users. It arrives on a system as a file dropped by other malware or as a file downloaded unknowingly by users when visiting malicious sites.
20 Mar 2013
This Trojan arrives as an attachment to email messages spammed by other malware/grayware or malicious users.
It arrives on a system as a file dropped by other malware or as a file downloaded unknowingly by users when visiting malicious sites.
This Trojan drops the following files:
(Note: %System% is the Windows system folder, which is usually C:\Windows\System32.)
This Trojan accesses the following websites to download files:
This Trojan opens the dropped file %System%\inhtm.htm.
20 Mar 2013
21 Mar 2013
Before doing any scans, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 users must disable System Restore to allow full scanning of their computers.
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