Posts Tagged ‘destructive effect’

Virus AlertMalware Trojan.Win32.Sasfis.utv – Trojan has a destructive effect on the user’s computer.

Technical details

Trojan has a destructive effect on the user’s computer. The program itself is a Windows (PE EXE-file). Has a size of 19,456 bytes. Written in C + +.

Destructive activity

After starting the Trojan decrypts and extracts from his body in the temporary directory of the current user file:

% Temp%<rnd1> . tmp

Where <rnd1> – random set of numbers and letters of the alphabet. (more…)

Virus AlertTrojan.Win32.VkHost.coc – Trojan has a destructive effect on the user’s computer.

Technical details

Trojan has a destructive effect on the user’s computer. The program itself is a Windows (PE EXE-file). Has a size of 418,304 bytes. It is written in Delphi.

Destructive activity

After starting the Trojan overwrites the original file “hosts”:

C: \ WINDOWS \ system32 \ drivers \ etc \ hosts

Writing into this file: (more…)