Infostealer.Ayufos

Infostealer.Ayufos Description

Type: Trojan

Infostealer.Ayufos is an info-stealer Trojan that is used in attacks against Japanese PC users. Infostealer.Ayufos steals private details such as account information from programs such as Filezilla, Pidgin, WinRar and Open VPN, host name, operating system version, global IP address, windows product key and the country from the compromised PC. Upon execution, Infostealer.Ayufos creates the mutex. Infostealer.Ayufos then replicates itself to a specific location. Infostealer.Ayufos connects to a distant location. Infostealer.Ayufos may also execute the potentially harmful actions such as collect clipboard data, capture screenshots, log keystrokes, kill processes, hide the control panel and disable the firewall. Infostealer.Ayufos then transmits the stolen information through SSL connections to a specific email address.

Technical Information

File System Details

Infostealer.Ayufos creates the following file(s):
# File Name Detection Count
1 C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\svchost.exe N/A

More Details on Infostealer.Ayufos

The following URL's were found:
Tip: We recommend blocking the domain names as well as the IP addresses associated with them.
  • Ultimatelogger.com/customers/ip.

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