Infostealer.Alina Description

Type: Trojan

Infostealer.Alina is a Trojan that steals private details from the infected computer and transfers it to a remote location. Once run, Infostealer.Alina replicates itself as the malevolent file. Infostealer.Alina then creates the registry entry so that it can load automatically whenever you start Windows. Infostealer.Alina also enumerates the running processes on the compromised PC and transmits statistics to a remote location. Infostealer.Alina may also download updates of itself if needed.

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File System Details

Infostealer.Alina creates the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detection Count
1 dwm.exe N/A
2 jucheck.exe N/A
3 adobeflash.exe N/A
4 jusched.exe N/A
5 win-firewall.exe N/A
6 %UserProfile%\Application Data\[FILE NAME].exe N/A
7 desktop.exe N/A
8 java.exe N/A
9 FFGUG.ex 37493eb319d126d0ab8f5a55da85563d 0

Registry Details

Infostealer.Alina creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
Registry key
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\"[FILE NAME]" = "%UserProfile%\Application Data\[FILE NAME].exe"

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