TROJ_MDROP.EVL is a Trojan that is known as an exploit focusing on the CVE-2012-1535, a vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player to drop another backdoor Trojan into the affected PC. The said exploit pretends to be a .DOC file, found as TROJ_MDROP.EVL, that possibly comes as an attachment to spam emails. Computer users who are tricked into opening the said file, run the said exploit and corrupt their PCs with TROJ_MDROP.EVL. Once executed, the exploit then adds the potentially infected files, which are recognized as BKDR_BRIBA.EVL. Corrupted Adobe Flash Player versions cover 11.3.300.270 and earlier versions for all platforms. TROJ_MDROP.EVL also connects to related domains.
How Can You Detect TROJ_MDROP.EVL?
TROJ_MDROP.EVL Removal Details
TROJ_MDROP.EVL has typically the following processes in memory:
- %User Profile%\Application Data\taskman.dll
TROJ_MDROP.EVL creates the following files in the system:
- %User Profile%\Local Settings\~WORDL.tmp