BKDR_BRIBA.EVL is a backdoor Trojan that may be distributed to the compromised PC by other malware infections, namely TROJ_MDROP.EVL which is known as an exploit targeting the CVE-2012-1535, a vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player, from remote websites. BKDR_BRIBA.EVL propagates as a component bundled with other malware packages or via malicious email attachments. BKDR_BRIBA.EVL is embedded into all running processes to remain resident in the memory. BKDR_BRIBA.EVL runs instructions from remote cybercriminals, taking over the infected computer system. BKDR_BRIBA.EVL strives to contact a particular domain for delivering other potentially infected component files. BKDR_BRIBA.EVL adds the particular registry entry so that it can launch automatically whenever you start your PC.
How Can You Detect BKDR_BRIBA.EVL?
BKDR_BRIBA.EVL Removal Details
BKDR_BRIBA.EVL has typically the following processes in memory:
- %User Profile%\Application Data\taskman.dll
BKDR_BRIBA.EVL creates the following registry entries:
- HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run rundll32.exe = “%User Profile%\Application Data\taskman.dll, start”