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Remcos or Remote Control and Surveillance, marketed as a legitimate software by a Germany-based firm Breaking Security for remotely managing Windows systems, is now widely used in multiple malicious
\svchost.exe -k netsvcs "%System%\WScript.exe" "%User Temp%\install.vbs" %User Temp%\install.vbs "%System%\cmd.exe" /c "%Application Data%\remcos\remcos.exe" %Application Data%\remcos\remcos.exe %Application
file dropped by other malware or as a file downloaded unknowingly by users when visiting malicious sites. Installation This Backdoor drops the following files: %Application Data%\remcos\remcos.exe
file dropped by other malware or as a file downloaded unknowingly by users when visiting malicious sites. Installation This Backdoor adds the following folders: %Application Data%\remcos\ (Note:
%Application Data%\remcos\remcos.exe %Application Data%\cEddhivtvayOS.exe (Note: %Application Data% is the current user's Application Data folder, which is usually C:\Documents and Settings\{user name}
system: %Application Data%\iJuUAwCNoo.exe %Application Data%\remcos\remcos.exe (Note: %Application Data% is the current user's Application Data folder, which is usually C:\Documents and Settings\{user name}
executes them: %Windows%\windows\windows.exe (Note: %Windows% is the Windows folder, where it usually is C:\Windows on all Windows operating system versions.) It drops the following files: %Windows%\remcos
Installation This Backdoor drops the following files: %Application Data%\remcos\logs.dat %User Temp%\install.bat (Note: %Application Data% is the current user's Application Data folder, which is usually C:
file dropped by other malware or as a file downloaded unknowingly by users when visiting malicious sites. Installation This backdoor drops the following files: %Application Data%\remcos\logs.dat %System%
\remcos\logs.dat ← component file %User Temp%\Install.vbs ← used for decryption and installation. deleted afterwards (Note: %Application Data% is the current user's Application Data folder, which is usually
%\Screens %Application Data%\remcos (Note: %Application Data% is the Application Data folder, where it usually is C:\Documents and Settings\{user name}\Application Data on Windows 2000, Windows Server
\TieringEngineService\GameBarPresenceWriter.exe %User Startup%\TieringEngineService.lnk %Application Data%\remcos\logs.dat (Note: %System Root% is the Windows root folder, where it usually is C:\ on all Windows operating
\remcos (Note: %AppDataLocal% is the Local Application Data folder, which is usually C:\Documents and Settings\{user name}\Local Settings\Application Data on Windows 2000(32-bit), XP, and Server 2003(32-bit
the following folders: %Application Data%\remcos (Note: %Application Data% is the current user's Application Data folder, which is usually C:\Documents and Settings\{user name}\Application Data on
).) It creates the following folders: %Application Data%\remcos (Note: %Application Data% is the current user's Application Data folder, which is usually C:\Documents and Settings\{user name}
system folder, where it usually is C:\Windows\System32 on all Windows operating system versions.) It creates the following folders: %Application Data%\remcos (Note: %Application Data% is the current user's
file dropped by other malware or as a file downloaded unknowingly by users when visiting malicious sites. Installation This Backdoor creates the following folders: %User Profile%\Application Data\remcos
file dropped by other malware or as a file downloaded unknowingly by users when visiting malicious sites. Installation This Backdoor creates the following folders: %User Profile%\Application Data\remcos
users when visiting malicious sites. Installation This Backdoor adds the following folders: %Application Data%\remcos (Note: %Application Data% is the Application Data folder, where it usually is C:
Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2012.) It drops the following files: %User Temp%\install.vbs %Application Data%\remcos\logs.dat (Note: %User Temp% is the user's temporary folder, where it usually is