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Gen:Variant.Strictor.4123 (BitDefender), HEUR:Trojan.Win32.Generic (Kaspersky), Trojan.Packed.21754 (DrWeb), Gen:Variant.Strictor.4123 (B) (Emsisoft), VBObfus.ae (McAfee), Packed.Generic.359 (Symantec), Trojan.Win32.Powp (Ikarus), Gen:Variant.Strictor.4123 (FSecure), Crypt.AJIJ (AVG), Win32:Dropper-HAO [Drp] (Avast), WORM_KOLAB.SMQX (TrendMicro), Gen:Variant.Strictor.4123 (AdAware), Worm.Win32.Dorkbot.FD, WormDorkbot.YR, GenericUDPFlooder.YR, GenericIRCBot.YR, GenericMSNWorm.YR, GenericUSBInfector.YR, GenericDNSBlocker.YR, GenericAutorunWorm.YR, GenericSYNFlooder.YR, GenericInjector.YR, BankerGeneric.YR, GenericProxy.YR, GenericPhysicalDrive0.YR (Lavasoft MAS)
Behaviour: Banker, Trojan, Flooder, Worm, Packed, WormAutorun, IRCBot, MSNWorm, DNSBlocker, UDPFlooder, SYNFlooder, Trojan-Proxy, USBInfector
The description has been automatically generated by Lavasoft Malware Analysis System and it may contain incomplete or inaccurate information.
Size: 196608 bytes
File type: EXE
Company: no certificate found
Created at: 2005-06-01 16:20:09
Analyzed on: WindowsXP SP3 32-bit
Banker. Steals data relating to online banking systems, e-payment systems and credit card systems.
|WormAutorun||A worm can spread via removable drives. It writes its executable and creates "autorun.inf" scripts on all removable drives. The autorun script will execute the Trojan's file once a user opens a drive's folder in Windows Explorer.|
|IRCBot||A bot can communicate with command and control servers via IRC channel.|
|MSNWorm||A worm can spread its copies through the MSN Messanger.|
|DNSBlocker||A program can block designated DNS servers for making it difficult for users to locate specific domains or web sites on the Internet.|
|UDPFlooder||This program can make a UDP flood. A UDP flood attack is a denial-of-service attack using the User Datagram Protocol (UDP). It can be initiated by sending a large number of UDP packets to random ports on a remote host.|
|SYNFlooder||This program can make a SYN flood. It is a form of denial-of-service attack in which an attacker sends a succession of SYN requests to a target's system in an attempt to consume enough server resources to make the system unresponsive to legitimate traffic.|
|Trojan-Proxy||This program can launch a proxy server (SOCKS4) on a designated TCP port.|
|USBInfector||A program can register a device notification with the help of RegisterDeviceNotification. So it is notified when a USB device is plugged and then the worm copies itself to the USB device plugged into the affected computer.|
The Trojan creates the following process(es):
%original file name%.exe:208
The Trojan injects its code into the following process(es):
No files have been created.
The process %original file name%.exe:208 makes changes in the system registry.
The Trojan creates and/or sets the following values in system registry:
"Seed" = "A3 3D 21 B1 97 0D 5C DA 56 C7 0B 2C CA C9 FB F3"
"AppData" = "%Documents and Settings%\%current user%\Application Data"
The process CTFMON.EXE:296 makes changes in the system registry.
The Trojan deletes the following value(s) in system registry:
The Trojan disables automatic startup of the application by deleting the following autorun value:
Network activity (URLs)
Dropped PE files
There are no dropped PE files.
HOSTS file anomalies
No changes have been detected.
The Trojan installs the following user-mode hooks in WININET.dll:
The Trojan installs the following user-mode hooks in DNSAPI.dll:
The Trojan installs the following user-mode hooks in WS2_32.dll:
The Trojan installs the following user-mode hooks in kernel32.dll:
The Trojan installs the following user-mode hooks in ntdll.dll:
A worm can spread via removable drives. It writes its executable and creates "autorun.inf" scripts on all removable drives. The autorun script will execute the Trojan's file once a user opens a drive's folder in Windows Explorer.
A program can register a device notification with the help of RegisterDeviceNotification. So it is notified when a USB device is plugged and then the worm copies itself to the USB device plugged into the affected computer.
A worm can spread its copies through the MSN Messanger.
Product Name: Olando
Product Version: 220.127.116.11
Original Filename: One.exe
Internal Name: Olando
File Version: 1,0,0,0
File Description: Olando
Language: English (United States)
|Name||Virtual Address||Virtual Size||Raw Size||Entropy||Section MD5|
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Remove it with Ad-Aware
- Click (here) to download and install Ad-Aware Free Antivirus.
- Update the definition files.
- Run a full scan of your computer.
- Scan a system with an anti-rootkit tool.
- Terminate malicious process(es) (How to End a Process With the Task Manager):
%original file name%.exe:208
- Delete the original Trojan file.
- Clean the Temporary Internet Files folder, which may contain infected files (How to clean Temporary Internet Files folder).
- Find and delete all copies of the worm's file together with "autorun.inf" scripts on removable drives.
- Reboot the computer.
*Manual removal may cause unexpected system behaviour and should be performed at your own risk.