Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C

Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C Description

Type: Adware

Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C is a harmful backdoor Trojan that grants criminals to take over the infected computer. ESG security researchers have observed that Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C is very similar to several other backdoor Trojans that have been active since 2010 and that large portions of its code are taken directly from these other Trojans. It is, however, important to understand that a Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C infection is no joke; this Trojan infection poses an important threat to your computer and can allow criminals to gain access to your private information. ESG security researchers advise dealing with a Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C infection using a reputable anti-malware application. To be certain that your security program is capable of detecting and removing Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C, it is important to ensure that it contains the newest virus and malware definitions.

Explaining Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C's Similarity to Other Backdoor Trojans

Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C is very similar to other malware from recent years. This is because Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C shares large portions of code with other backdoor Trojans. It seems that several features in these dangerous malware infections are implemented by using code that is readily available. Some of these features include transferring files, taking screenshots and causing popular anti-virus programs to malfunction. ESG malware researchers note that many backdoor Trojans carry out their attack quite effectively and that not much is needed to ensure that older backdoor Trojans remain effective today. In fact, the priority for malware developers is not in developing more effective ways of stealing data but in creating better obfuscation for their malware in order to prevent detection from legitimate security programs. As backdoor Trojans are added to virus databases, criminals try to find new ways to use old Trojans to continue carrying out attacks rather than updating these malware infections to carry out new types of attacks.

How the Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C Trojan Attacks a Computer

Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C can be used to track keystrokes and steal personal data from an infected computer. The main payload of a Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C Trojan attack is the creation of a backdoor, an unauthorized opening in the infected computer's defenses. The files involved in a Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C attack involve an executable file and a malicious DLL file that is disguised as a legitimate Windows system file. Like most Trojans of its type, Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C makes changes to the Windows Registry. These allow Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C to start up automatically and in the meantime, making it harder for security software to detect and remove Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C.

Technical Information

File System Details

Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C creates the following file(s):
# File Name Detection Count
1 [system folder]\pitbulll.dll N/A
2 [current folder]\run.bat N/A

Registry Details

Backdoor:Win32/Nosrawec.C creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
RegistryKey
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "svchost.exe" = "[malware file].exe"

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