Backdoor.VanBot Description

Backdoor.VanBot is a backdoor Trojan that poses a serious security risk to your sensitive information stored onto your PC. Usually, Backdoor.VanBot infiltrates computer systems with the help of browser security exploits and other illicit mechanisms. Once it is installed, Backdoor.VanBot will give the remote hackers full access to your machine and allow them to steal your personal and financial data. Backdoor.VanBot is a serious security threat and should be removed from your computer without delay.

Aliases: Win32.Spy.KeyLogger.NDS, WORM_RBOT.EPW [TrendMicro], Backdoor/VanBot.axn, Mal/Generic-A [Sophos], Backdoor/W32.VanBot.33552, Win32/Spy.KeyLogger.NDS [NOD32], Trojan:Win32/Malat [Microsoft], FakeAlert-EY [McAfee], Trojan.Win32.Malware.4 [K7AntiVirus], Backdoor/VanBot.tb, PossibleThreat [Fortinet], Backdoor.Win32.VanBot.bcf [F-Secure], Win32.TRDropper [eSafe], Trojan.Spy-61362 [ClamAV] and Backdoor.VanBot.axn [CAT-QuickHeal].

Technical Information

File System Details

Backdoor.VanBot creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5
1 win.exe 32,783 2959b68663ba8f5bc36756aa24a1975e
2 wuaurpl.exe 507,392 8ae76cd4ea053071e8f04af98fb8649e
3 icq.exe, tmp48859.exe, qmedia.exe 49,152 5b7a511eb8fdc372134be6d41c514640
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