Backdoor.Ciadoor

Backdoor.Ciadoor Description

Backdoor.Ciadoor is a dangerous backdoor Trojan that is able to secretly infiltrate a computer without a user's consent. Backdoor.Ciadoor gives remote attackers access to a vulnerable system, enabling them to modify settings, steal data and install additional malware onto the compromised PC. Users are advised to use a security tool that will delete all associated files and folders, in order to completely remove Backdoor.Ciadoor from a computer system.

Aliases: Trojan.Backdoor.Backdoor.Gen, W32/Behav-Heuristic-064, Backdoor.Ciadoor [Sunbelt], Mal/Generic-A [Sophos], Bck/Ciadoor.FQ [Panda], Backdoor:Win32/Ciadoor [Microsoft], MemScanBackdoor.VB.EV [Ikarus], Backdoor.Win32.Ciadoor.gn [GData], W32/Ciadoor.GN!tr.bdr [Fortinet], Banker.gen4 [F-Secure], PUA.Packed.Themida [ClamAV], Trojan.Spy.Agent.NSX [BitDefender], BackDoor.Generic9.AMNZ [AVG], W32/NewMalware-Mr-T-Inspector!Maximus [Authentium] and BDS/Backdoor.Gen [AntiVir].

Technical Information

File System Details

Backdoor.Ciadoor creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5
1 imglog.exe 2,673,664 723f3e9b61a3537ebc465b0803f945c3
2 file.exe 1,305,111 e6d0d6003298092766cc1b38507e46f5

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