Mal/Behav-112

Mal/Behav-112 Description

Type: Trojan

Mal/Behav-112 is a dangerous malware parasite. Most times Mal/Behav-112 is installed without notice to the computer user. The initial contact from Mal/Behav-112 may come from an email attachment or download from a malware source over a website. Once infected, Mal/Behav-112 is known to run in the background where it may disable running antivirus or antispyware applications. The use of an up-to-date spyware removal program may be used to safely detect and rid a system of Mal/Behav-112.

Aliases

15 security vendors flagged this file as malicious.

Anti-Virus Software Detection
Kaspersky Trojan.BAT.Miner.s
CAT-QuickHeal BAT/Miner.J
AVG Generic24.BKQ
Fortinet W32/VB.ATWH!tr
Ikarus Trojan-Clicker.Win32.VB
AntiVir TR/Spy.28672.1253
DrWeb Trojan.Siggen3.47805
Kaspersky Trojan.Win32.VB.atwh
Symantec Backdoor.Graybird
McAfee Artemis!5BABD6BE348B
CAT-QuickHeal Trojan.VB.atwh
Panda Trj/OCJ.D
AVG SHeur4.BGGT
Ikarus Trojan-Dropper.Win32.Agent
AhnLab-V3 Spyware/Win32.Zbot

Technical Information

File System Details

Mal/Behav-112 creates the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detection Count
1 svc3.exe 2946145873afb0ddca822e9f1c239590 47
2 dphostw.exe 57787271a48ac2e9a727944f1b5a1089 20
3 AdobeUpdaterInstallMgr.exe d597c63f54334bb98959ff625bdc95a7 20
4 lsass.exe cc5748f22a422b4e4668298f08a501d3 19
5 svchost.exe 61ceb32b53aa51a59ce6dfa356b40c34 12
6 THETA.nfo.exe 3235159ddb9311cd4abaefccad60cb22 10
7 SysPathName.exe c5cd98f0c9fbd6e2ca3683d292330d3a 8
8 svc2.exe c9bfeda0873c1a606157ba9ec67fb4d7 6
9 mrvcl32.exe b9e17998bc08ff9dfabbc2678f723f04 6
10 ctfmon.exe 5babd6be348bfa375fe424947247687f 6
11 wlcomn32.exe df2b134c2bde38215178e0766fd4a5fe 5
12 spyhunter.4.3.32-patch.exe 77e952c80b35826d87f0f20daa2fca38 4
13 rdr_1275063802.exe 8a84aac74c9340ad7e2b13009a9560a2 4
14 HelpCommon.exe 565fdf6171dc1ca6c274c11443866399 4
15 kdhr.exe 75f90c3c7197387f206715a71c9c4673 3
16 1795.exe 37fbca12adff251a3b0bc75ef81ce752 3
17 cftnom.exe 95156321119372fda51f323d3a536c12 2
18 WizSearch.exe b18f67bdd7fdee7a153dedc5cbd8245b 2
19 billclient.exe 903735604cd63f6f2766c38a5f0f3bf3 1
20 j8xa00pi.tmp 02f83960df7fff444c1a0b4efa3cf4bc 1
21 usbmgr.exe 86db7ead8f5edc4e38d71ae5d59e639e 1
22 lssas.exe 7bbb7eab90bf39e505f54b4a1258c9c8 1
23 VRT2.tmp 3129f5662bad1ee89fa3cf0af4fe5a77 1
24 185A.exe 0c15940a84a1965da10634f6ea5491aa 1
25 lekx5150M[2.exe d65a7a8a607e6bfbd5794a1e5aae5184 1
26 exp_3244656.scr fce7c9d28c9c7fcc4b127bde3111c23e 1
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