BrowserModifier.Matcash

BrowserModifier.Matcash Description

Type: Trojan

BrowserModifier.Matcash is a multi-component family of trojan infections that downloads and executes arbitrary files. BrowserModifier.Matcash is installed and spread manually through existing network vulnerability or software weakness stealthily. BrowserModifier.Matcash imitates to be a Browser Helper Object that runs each time Windows or Internet Explorer initiates. BrowserModifier.Matcash downloads and executes certain files related to this trojan infection. BrowserModifier.Matcash is able to block firewall from being detected and removed. BrowserModifier.Matcash modifies browser start page, search page and error page.

Aliases

15 security vendors flagged this file as malicious.

Anti-Virus Software Detection
Symantec Adware.MaxSearch
Sophos Troj/Agent-FOC
Prevx1 Trojan.SystemPoser
Panda Adware/Maxifiles
Microsoft BrowserModifier:Win32/Matcash (threat-c)
McAfee Matcash
Fortinet W32/Agent.BCA!tr.dldr
F-Secure Trojan-Downloader.Win32.Agent.bca
eWido Downloader.Agent.bca
eTrust-Vet Win32/Matcash!generic
eSafe Win32.Agent.bca
DrWeb Trojan.MulDrop.5862
CAT-QuickHeal TrojanDownloader.Agent.bca
BitDefender Adware.Softomate.BA
AVG Downloader.Agent.KBR

Technical Information

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File System Details

BrowserModifier.Matcash creates the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detection Count
1 retadpu77.exe 56a3238f454d89e187d26ebbf0072397 0
2 retadpu1000272.exe 5a3c120e5ccc0319044708bda8d29abd 0
3 Bar888.dll 97eaeb6aad425f4dd00284c6c7a3b17c 0
4 retadpu11.exe f02973ec7326521a75d54c2419e30c53 0
5 svchosts.exe b73662ed4c78fe2bbdf0cf6cdaa59b16 0
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