Backdoor.Nosrawec.A Description

Backdoor.Nosrawec.A is a backdoor Trojan that may slip onto a PC without any indication to the computer user. After this takes place, Backdoor.Nosrawec.A may be loaded each time Windows is started. Backdoor.Nosrawec.A is designed to mine data and potentially put it at risk of a remote attacker stealing that data. Usually Backdoor.Nosrawec.A opens up a means for remote attackers to gain access to an infected computer. Removing Backdoor.Nosrawec.A is usually successfully performed with the use of a trusted antimalware program.

Aliases: Cryptic.DXM [AVG], W32/Kryptik.XUW!tr [Fortinet], Win32.SuspectCrc [Ikarus], Trojan/Generic.ybmc, Win32.SuspectCrc!IK, TR/Kazy.55292.123 [AntiVir], BackDoor.Slym.111 [DrWeb], UnclassifiedMalware [Comodo], Gen:Variant.Kazy.55292 [BitDefender], HEUR:Trojan.Win32.Generic [Kaspersky], Win32.GenVariant.Kaz [eSafe], Win32:MalOb-HN [Cryp] [Avast], W32/Suspicious_Gen4.NUOH, a variant of Win32/Kryptik.AAIW [NOD32] and Artemis!FB71130F9E37 [McAfee].

Technical Information

File System Details

Backdoor.Nosrawec.A creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 %WINDIR%winUpdate.exe 1,043,634 b4c8a044843ae2c1a5e3590f9d271abc 1
2 %WINDIR%\Temp\_ex-68.exe 879,104 fb71130f9e37a61059a550c1070407d0 1

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One Comment

  • comptab:

    I feel your pain. I never had any good luck with this kind of stuff, either.
    So relieved to know I'm not by myself!

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