- Submission details:
- Submission received: 16 May 2017, 08:24:30
- Processing time: 5 min 32 sec
- Submitted sample:
- File MD5: 0xA0A418567458074D53064BF3EBC0B2D3
- File SHA-1: 0x3492B76A21F399089695D488CF1DA707E89BDF54
- Filesize: 90,112 bytes
- Mal/Hupigon-E [Sophos]
- Trojan.Win32.ServStart [Ikarus]
|What's been found||Severity Level|
|Replication across networks by exploiting weakly restricted shares (common for Randex family of worms).|
|Produces outbound traffic.|
|Creates a startup registry entry.|
|Contains characteristics of an identified security risk.|
|Possible Security Risk|
- Attention! Characteristics of the following security risk was identified in the system:
||Backdoor.Graybird.GEN has rootkit functionality. It injects itself into various processes causing them to be hidden. It also logs keystrokes and sends this information to remote servers.
- Attention! The following threat category was identified:
||A network-aware worm that attempts to replicate across the existing network(s)
|File System Modifications|
- The following files were created in the system:
|#||Filename(s)||File Size||File Hash||Alias|
- %ProgramFiles% is a variable that refers to the Program Files folder. A typical path is C:\Program Files.
- There was a new process created in the system:
- Attention! The following processes were intentionally hidden from the user:
- The newly created Registry Value is:
- M.s_2.0 = "%ProgramFiles%\svchost.exe"
so that svchost.exe runs every time Windows starts
- Analysis of the file resources indicate the following possible country of origin:
- To mark the presence in the system, the following Mutex object was created:
- The following port was open in the system:
- The following Host Name was requested from a host database:
- There were registered attempts to establish connection with the remote hosts. The connection details are:
|Remote Host||Port Number|
|Outbound traffic (potentially malicious)|
- There was an outbound traffic produced on port 52:
- There was an outbound traffic produced on port 0:
- Heuristically identified capability of spreading across the following weakly restricted network shares:
- The network replication uses a dictionary attack by probing credentials from the following list:
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