BackDoor.Deloder Description

Type: Backdoors

Deloder is a backdoor worm virus. It attempts to connect to remote Windows PCs using psexec.exe. Once it makes a successful connection, it will try to log on as Administrator, using a variety of pre-defined passwords. If the worm is able to login to Windows, it will connect through port 445 over TCP and will copy itself to the target computer. The worm will also delete several network shares on the infected PC. It will also install a separate backdoor exe, which will allow a hacker to connect to your computer via several access methods. This program opens up a huge security hole on your computer and is a very dangerous threat to the security of your personal and financial data.

Technical Information

File System Details

BackDoor.Deloder creates the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detection Count
1 rundll32.exe 29e5c4c836d0885c60c187557109efc2 0
2 explorer.exe 8adaafbba6b0508f296de4c56278c379 0
3 inst.exe 3ce9f0419e20e0803c807b32823cfd66 0
4 malware.exe b2239807464100f447c2235fd5ac7a78 0

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