Backdoor:Win32/Noancooe Description

Type: Backdoors

As its name suggests, Backdoor:Win32/Noancooe is a backdoor trojan that is built to run on 32-bit Windows systems. Malware researchers add that Backdoor:Win32/Noancooe can run on 64-bit versions of Windows as well and uses DAT files to store its malicious code and an executable to run as a stand-alone process. The Backdoor:Win32/Noancooe trojan is similar to Papras and Tidserv and might place its code repository in the hidden system folder AppData and install its main executable in the Temp folder under the Windows directory to sidestep security scans. The Backdoor:Win32/Noancooe trojan does not replicate itself and is designed to enter a registry key in Windows to run as a startup program and allow third parties to connect to your PC every time you turn it on. The Noancooe backdoor trojan may inject code into already running processes like your Internet browser, email client and torrent client that are allowed to send and receive data over your Windows Firewall uninterrupted. That way the Backdoor:Win32/Noancooe malware can stay undetected and mask its process in the Windows Task Manager. The Backdoor:Win32/Noancooe trojan can allow its operators to delete, download, run and install files on your machine as well as spread other malware in your computer network. The Backdoor:Win32/Noancooe malware is seen to use ports 53 and 9500 to connect to its 'Command and Control' servers and receive instructions. Malware researchers note that the Backdoor:Win32/Noancooe trojan can hijack digital certificates and upload data from your computer to third-party cloud storage that is operated by cyber crooks. Needless to say, the Backdoor:Win32/Noancooe trojan should not be underestimated and installing a trusted anti-malware should be your first action to prevent data loss and further damages to your Windows system.

Technical Information

Registry Details

Backdoor:Win32/Noancooe creates the following registry entry or registry entries:

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