引用第7楼jane于2006-11-22 02:39 AM发表的“”:
TROJAN HORSE DOWNLOADER .GENERIC2.SX1 [s:20] [s:20] [s:20] [s:20] [s:20] [s:20]
Info about the Trojan …
Downloader-AWH detection is for a file that serves as a downloading/ updating component.
Downloaders are designed to pull files from a remote website and execute the files that have been downloaded.
Also, as the website being communicated is normally controlled by the malware author, any files being downloaded can be remotely modified and the behaviour of these new binaries altered - possibly with every user infection.
Upon execution, it downloads file from the following URL:
[Removed]york.comFollowing files get downloaded:
%SYSDIR%\win_8.dll (4,096 bytes) (Detected as Downloader-AWH) %SYSDIR%\svchu.exe (10,117 bytes)Symptoms
Presence of aforementioned files.
Method of Infection
N/A. Downloaders are not viruses, and as such do not themselves contain any method to replicate. However they may themselves be downloaded by other viruses and/or Trojans to be installed on the user’s system.
Many of these additionally are mass spammed by the author to entice people into double-clicking on them.
Alternatively they may be installed by visiting a malicious web page (either by clicking on a link, or by the website hosting a scripted exploit which installs the Downloader onto the user’s system with no user interaction.
A combination of the latest DATs and the Engine will be able to detect and remove this threat. AVERT recommends users not to trust seemingly familiar or safe file icons, particularly when received via P2P clients, IRC, email or other media where users can share files.
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