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VIRUS \ SPYWARE ALERTS - June 16, 2009

by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 12:55 AM PDT
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Troj/DwnLdr-HSY
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 12:56 AM PDT

Category

* Viruses and Spyware

Type

* Trojan


Affected operating systems Windows

Troj/DwnLdr-HSY is a Trojan for the Windows platform.

When run Troj/DwnLdr-HSY attempts to download a file from a remote website to the location <Windows>\System\svchost.exe and sets the following registry entry:

HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\SharedAccess\Parameters\
FirewallPolicy\StandardProfile\AuthorizedApplications\List
\
<path to Trojan executable>:*:Enabled:KL

http://www.sophos.com/security/analyses/viruses-and-spyware/trojdwnldrhsy.html?_log_from=rss

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Troj/FakeAV-TF
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 12:57 AM PDT
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Troj/FakeAV-TG
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 12:57 AM PDT
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Troj/PSW-GY
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 12:58 AM PDT
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Troj/Pushdo-AP
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 12:59 AM PDT
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Troj/FakeAle-NZ
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 1:36 AM PDT
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Troj/Dloadr-CNV
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 1:37 AM PDT
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Troj/Dloadr-CNU
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 1:38 AM PDT
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Troj/Dloadr-CNT
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 1:38 AM PDT
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Troj/Dloadr-CNS
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 1:39 AM PDT
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Troj/Buzus-AM
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 1:40 AM PDT
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Troj/Agent-KEI
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 1:41 AM PDT
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Troj/Agent-KEH
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 1:42 AM PDT
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Troj/Agent-KEG
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 1:43 AM PDT
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Troj/Agent-KEF
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 1:43 AM PDT
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VBS.Mutafrog!inf
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 1:51 AM PDT

Discovered: June 15, 2009
Updated: June 15, 2009 8:17:29 AM
Type: Virus
Infection Length: Varies
Systems Affected: Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows Vista, Windows NT, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000

VBS.Mutafrog!inf is a detection for files infected with code that infects files and drops more malware on to the compromised computer.


http://www.symantec.com/business/security_response/writeup.jsp?docid=2009-061507-0143-99

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Trojan.Amoevae
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 1:52 AM PDT

Discovered: June 15, 2009
Updated: June 16, 2009 7:03:50 AM
Type: Trojan
Infection Length: 1,344 bytes
Systems Affected: Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows Vista, Windows NT, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000
CVE References: CVE-2009-1537

Trojan.Amoevae is a Trojan horse that exploits the Microsoft DirectX DirectShow QuickTime Video Remote Code Execution Vulnerability (BID 35139) to execute arbitrary code and download files on to the compromised computer.

http://www.symantec.com/business/security_response/writeup.jsp?docid=2009-061601-5543-99

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OSX_RSPLUG.E
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 1:57 AM PDT

Malware type: Trojan

Malware Overview

This Trojan may be downloaded unknowingly by a user when visiting malicious websites. The said websites encourage users to download software needed to play the video on the said site.

It arrives as .DMG file, which is a MAC OS X mountable disk image file. It contains a .PKG file which contains component files.

When executed, it displays the following graphical user interface installation window:

More: http://threatinfo.trendmicro.com/vinfo/virusencyclo/default5.asp?VName=OSX_RSPLUG.E

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TROJ_ILOMO.FO
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 1:58 AM PDT

Malware type: Trojan

Description:

A Trojan horse program is a malware that is not capable of automatically spreading to other systems. Trojans are usually downloaded from the Internet and installed by unsuspecting users.

Trojans typically carry payloads or other malicious actions that can range from the mildly annoying to the irreparably destructive. They may also modify system settings to automatically start. Restoring affected systems may require procedures other than scanning with an antivirus program.

More: http://threatinfo.trendmicro.com/vinfo/virusencyclo/default5.asp?VName=TROJ_ILOMO.FO

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W32/AutoRun.worm!o!1c686eb330b1
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 2:00 AM PDT

Type
Virus
SubType
Worm

Overview -

This detection is for a worm that attempts to copy itself to the root of any accessible disk volumes.
Additionally it attempts to place an Autorun.inf file on the root of the volume so that it is executed the next time the volume is mounted.
Aliases

* Backdoor.Win32.Agent.adhz [Kaspersky]

* TROJ_Generic.DIF [Trend Micro]

* Trojan Horse [Symantec]

Characteristics
Characteristics -

The W32/Autorun.worm malware is a family of Trojans that uses the AutoRun feature of Microsoft Windows to spread as a worm.

The worm copies itself to the root of all available network drives. Subsequent users visiting the same location will cause the worm to automatically run, thus continuing to spread the infection to other network resources.

W32/Autorun.worm installed in �drive-by� installs when visiting malicious or compromised websites

More: http://vil.nai.com/vil/content/v_158754.htm

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Troj/Pushdo-AR
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 3:22 AM PDT
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Troj/Agent-KEN
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 3:23 AM PDT
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Troj/Agent-KEM
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 3:23 AM PDT
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Troj/Agent-KEL
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 3:24 AM PDT
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Troj/Agent-KEK
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 3:25 AM PDT
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Troj/Agent-KEJ
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 3:25 AM PDT
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Troj/Iframe-CB
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 5:55 AM PDT
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Troj/FakeAV-TK
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 5:56 AM PDT
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Troj/FakeAV-TJ
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 5:57 AM PDT
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Troj/Bredolab-C
by Marianna Schmudlach / June 16, 2009 5:58 AM PDT
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