Packed.Generic.245

Packed.Generic.245 Description

Packed.Generic.245 is a detection method for malicious files intentionally encrypted in order to avoid detection from antivirus programs and software security, and remain concealed on system processes. Packed.Generic.245 is packed using illegitimate software.

Aliases: Packed.Generic.245 [Symantec], Trojan.Win32.FakeAV.ys, Trj/CI.A [Panda], Trojan.Fakealert.PR.1 [McAfee-GW-Edition], Artemis!747EA9648A5A [McAfee+Artemis], W32/Basine.C [Fortinet], Win32.TrojanFakeVime [eSafe], Trojan.Fakevimes [CAT-QuickHeal], Downloader.Zlob.AOFE [AVG], Win32:Adware-gen [Avast], TR/Fakealert.PR.1 [AntiVir], Trojan.Win32.FakeAV.uk, RogueAntiSpyware.WindowsSecuritySuite, Generic Trojan [Panda] and Win32/Adware.FastAntivirus2009 [NOD32].

Technical Information

File System Details

Packed.Generic.245 creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5
1 WIcd7c.exe 2,236,416 4d5854c65b7d8b6dc3b8b8b4fa880498
2 WI9660.exe 2,247,680 76ed3e5c10038e3b91b904f7321c8daf
3 WIbe98.exe 2,242,560 ffa8da619067723177c12693842bfce9
4 WIb7c8.exe 2,154,496 f698765f2a80561271261f76f7a70d2d
5 WI3714.exe 2,235,392 3f68543ffe8862c57bebfb8732a1e716
6 WI9ef3.exe 2,236,416 b7647d83369c830cd235c3213294178f
7 WI3da9.exe 2,237,440 f4d2e46af378b5183a52e337fc2c0fa7
8 WI9f23.exe 2,237,440 61a59fcfaea7dab615b1d44fa4d98ee1
9 WI8581.exe 2,242,560 3fc56304fc818bae31122fbe10e3b721
10 WIc746.exe 2,233,344 45a1f3a17c620917bfa380dba1385d49
11 WI18da.exe 2,176,000 92807f790b552da2e9c00ddfccfd6526
12 WId0bd.exe 2,236,416 1cb05f8803baa0c72a1d799083e72a79
13 WI84b5.exe 2,233,344 238c47d8a4f99cce299119f0a0c8969e
14 WI6be5.exe 2,321,408 73f976c53f868a417c4c5e9cd8909c5c
15 WId27f.exe 2,316,288 2113319dfd058302eac719a3c078d2c3
16 WI88ae.exe 2,340,864 f40055d0e47f475fbe5189faa5bb7073
17 WI5fe8.exe 2,236,416 2bb49d86f0e4ec23e020ed58f80ccaaf
18 WI9f75.exe 2,254,848 31d9671a3f2e58130fe9899d2230533f
19 WI959c.exe 2,317,312 44e2841cb5d67ee129f5e8ab226a8411
20 WIdccb.exe, ReleaseXP[1].exe 2,232,320 4f4727e055af633f5e61e1f061f90ce8
21 Setup_build6_102[1].exe 203,776 7e9940721aef27ed745e5f528453cd77
22 WIdee0.exe 2,294,784 71bce5688a6a206d4d9bdc12d87a27a6
23 WI1832.exe 2,334,720 659715dfd8e2d5e5036313823a688f48
24 WI3699.exe 2,234,368 d2c70603b2e612ff69f51ba64e521770
25 WS68be.exe 2,504,704 f510ca3fee0957af196e97744b2bf91a
26 WI2b49.exe 2,338,816 ebb553ff8847cd6c27f5627ed34871f6
27 WI095b.exe 2,248,704 cc52e1971e969e77daee085062731c69
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