Trojan.Zbot

Trojan.Zbot Description

Trojan.Zbot is a fairly generic backdoor Trojan infection that is closely linked to Mal/VB-AER and the Zeus Trojan, one of the most infamous malware infections. Since 2007, Trojan.Zbot has made headlines when Trojan.Zbot was used to infiltrate and steal information from the Transportation Department of the United States. Since March of 2009, Trojan.Zbot and the Zeus Trojan became widespread, infecting millions of computer from all around the world. ESG security researchers detected thousands of FTP servers of some of the most popular websites that were infected with the Zeus Trojan and Trojan.Zbot. Malware analysts estimate that the botnets associated with Trojan.Zbot cost billions of dollars every year and that a large percentage of phishing messages on Facebook and in spam emails are sent in order to spread malware associated with Trojan.Zbot. In the fall of 2010, the FBI cracked down on the criminal network thought to be responsible for an attack using Trojan.Zbot and the Zeus Trojan that resulted in the theft of more than seventy million dollars from American banks. About ninety people were arrested in relation to these criminal acts in the United States, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom and Ukraine. In 2011, PC security researchers are facing a serious challenge since the source code of Zeus Trojan and Trojan.Zbot were leaked to the public, enabling practically anyone to use Trojan.Zbot to perform their own attacks.

Is Your Computer System in Danger from Trojan.Zbot?


While malware associated with Trojan.Zbot is not confined to a single area, the five countries with the highest incidence of infection are Mexico, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United States and Turkey. As of today, this malware infection is linked to the largest botnets known to PC security researchers. If your operating system is not Windows, then you are safe from Trojan.Zbot. This malware infection can only attack computer system with the Windows Operating system. Users of Windows Vista and Windows Vista SP1 operating systems are particularly vulnerable and form the majority of computer systems integrating this network of infected computers. Each criminal can fine tune their infection in order to steal different data, although Trojan.Zbot is mostly linked to credit card and online banking account information theft. However, these can also be used to steal login information for email or social media accounts.
Aliases: Trojan.Generic.8877826 [nProtect], Generic7_c.BULS [AVG], Artemis!1C946EE5948C [McAfee], TROJ_GEN.RCBCOCU [TrendMicro-HouseCall], AutoIt:MalOb-J [Trj] [Avast], Trojan.Win32.Bublik.akiq [Kaspersky], Trojan.Generic.8877826 (B) [Emsisoft], Trojan.PWS.Stealer.1932 [DrWeb], TR/Rogue.8877826.1 [AntiVir], W32/Bublik.AKIQ!tr [Fortinet], Backdoor.Win32.DarkKomet [Ikarus], a variant of Win32/Injector.Autoit.HN [ESET-NOD32], Trojan/Win32.Jorik [AhnLab-V3], Win32.Troj.Bublik.ak.(kcloud) [Kingsoft] and Heuristic.BehavesLike.Win32.Suspicious-BAY.S [McAfee-GW-Edition].

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  • Start Windows in Safe Mode. If you can not access your Window's desktop, reboot your computer in 'Safe Mode with Networking' and install SpyHunter in Safe Mode.
  • IE Users: Disable proxy server for Internet Explorer to browse the web with Internet Explorer or update your anti-spyware program. Malware modifies your Windows settings to use a proxy server to prevent you from browsing the web with IE.

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Technical Information

Infection Statistics


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File System Details

Trojan.Zbot creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 %APPDATA%\ohydy.exe 77,824 004010a43054d66bf1d6d32e710ec59e 780
2 bbot[1].exe 232,448 1d285efc91bdc80476cd482b4e2eeaa1 300
3 reader_s.exe 36,352 cbbbab2aa9ea8ee61e407216ff6ed0fc 300
4 sdra64.exe 549,888 300
5 sdra64.exe 104,960 300
6 twex.exe 551,936 300
7 sdra64.exe 318,976 297
8 sdra64.exe 233,472 297
9 twex.exe 278,528 297
10 sdra64.exe 279,552 294
11 sdra64.exe 583,168 290
12 sdra64.exe 284,672 287
13 moneta[1].exe 66,560 6b0daea6baaeee41efcd61d773f9518a 284
14 sdra64.exe 580,608 284
15 sdra64.exe 256,512 281

More files

More Details on Trojan.Zbot

The following URL's were found:
Tip: We recommend blocking the domain names as well as the IP addresses associated with them.
  • 2sdfhs8d7fsh34d8f7s.org
  • 51qn.net
  • av4321.us
  • batmu.cn
  • clicksurfcash.net
  • crisis1s.com
  • fordearfriends.com
  • hotdomainworld.info
  • kakajz.cn
  • lilj.us
  • sfqjsf.cn
  • skp360.com

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