Backdoor.Rbot!6FEB Description

Backdoor.Rbot!6FEB is basically a destructive Trojan parasite that may present a threat to a computer connected to the internet. Usually the Backdoor.Rbot!6FEB parasite is installed without any notice. After that takes place, Backdoor.Rbot!6FEB may then open up the infected PC to a remote attacker that can get access to the infected computer through the internet. In other words, Backdoor.Rbot!6FEB puts all stored data at risk of being stolen by a hacker on an infected PC. To completely eliminate the threat of Backdoor.Rbot!6FEB, it is best to use a trusted spyware removal tool immediately.

Aliases: Trojan.Spy.Agent.P, IRC/SdBot, W32/AgoBot.AFK!tr.bdr [Fortinet], Win32/IRCBot.worm.Gen [AhnLab-V3], Worm/Agobot.BHJ [AVG], Backdoor:Win32/Rbot!6FEB [Microsoft], Generic.Malware [Prevx1], Win32/Petribot.OW [eTrust-Vet], High threat detected, W32/Tilebot-DT [Sophos], TR/Spy.Agent.P [AntiVir], BackDoor.IRC.Sdbot.496 [DrWeb], Generic.Sdbot.2763B22B [BitDefender], Backdoor.Win32.Agobot.afk [Kaspersky] and Worm.Gaobot.565 [ClamAV].

Technical Information

File System Details

Backdoor.Rbot!6FEB creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 %WINDIR%MSmedia.exe 54,512 eb6f41b9b17158fa1b765aa9cb3f36a0 2

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