Backdoor.Barkiofork Description

Type: Backdoors

Backdoor.Barkiofork is a backdoor Trojan that opens a back door on the affected PC. Backdoor.Barkiofork is spreads through malicious documents sent through an email. Once Backdoor.Barkiofork is executed, it creates the particular file. After that, Backdoor.Barkiofork modifies the Windows registry. The created file is then loaded by explorer.exe in a try to open a back door on the targeted computer that allows remote attackers to execute harmful activities such as downloading and executing remote files, uploading system information that involve the logged in user, disk space information, the operating system version, and the CPU. Use a decent anti-malware program to get rid of Backdoor.Barkiofork as soon as possible.

Technical Information

File System Details

Backdoor.Barkiofork creates the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detection Count
1 %Windir%\ntshrui.dll N/A
2 update.exe 5373712eafda5e334da299082b20a668 0
3 file.dll 4a5c66bc0481dcce81c05a924093f15e 0
4 file.exe ed3aa8eb4600f1e1677eb2c1fba69f3b 0
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Registry Details

Backdoor.Barkiofork creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\DesktopProcess\"DesktopProcess" = "1"

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