Threat Database Malware

By ZulaZuza in Malware

Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 18,760
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 13,554
First Seen: January 19, 2012
Last Seen: May 6, 2024
OS(es) Affected: Windows

If your anti-virus application is displaying the detection, this is often not cause to worry. Since September of 2010, PC security researchers have implemented new anti-virus technology that attempts to detect malicious software without it having to be in a virus database by going after characteristics of known malware threats. can often refer to the presence of a virus or Trojan on your computer system, but can also refer to software with alterations that may be entirely benign. ESG security researchers recommend taking any detection seriously and confirming the source of the detection in order to ensure that your computer system has not become infected with dangerous malware. The detection of a threat means that your anti-virus software has particularly sensitive anti-virus technology that detects suspicious files with characteristics that may point to previously unknown malware.

The Detection Allows Security Researchers to Stay One Step Ahead

There is a constant arms race between cybercriminals and PC security researchers. Basically, cybercriminals release multiple versions of their malware while PC security researchers have to detect and confirm these in order to create virus databases that anti-malware software can use to help remove infections. However, detections such as the detection allow an anti-virus program to identify potentially dangerous software that may not contain a known virus signature. The detection will usually look for intentional changes made to malicious software, specifically malware that may have been creating by mutating previous malware programs.

What Does a Detection Mean?

Some antivirus programs are especially sensitive. If your anti-virus application is detecting a threat, this means that some files on your computer system are suspicious and may contain a malware attacker that was previously unknown. However, computer users need to understand that this kind technology is particularly sensitive and that it may also yield false positives, detecting applications with these same characteristics. ESG security researchers recommend identifying any files that were detected as threats manually and to submit them to your anti-virus manufacturer for confirmation if you suspect that the detection is accurate. When this happens, you may need to take measures to restore the detected file manually so that your applications' performance is not affected.


15 security vendors flagged this file as malicious.

Anti-Virus Software Detection
AVG BackDoor.Generic16.ABN
Fortinet W32/Simda.C!tr
Ikarus Backdoor.Win32.Simda
AntiVir DR/Delphi.Gen8
DrWeb Trojan.Rodricter.21
Kaspersky Trojan.Win32.Inject.evjk
McAfee Artemis!3E967233D5EF
AVG Agent_r.BVC
Fortinet W32/Foreign.CEBR!tr
Ikarus Virus.Win32.Vundo
AntiVir TR/FareitEP.A.10
Kaspersky Trojan-Ransom.Win32.Foreign.cebr
Avast Win32:Fareit-EU [Trj]
McAfee PWS-Zbot-FAXY!1A2D26A18DCD
AhnLab-V3 Trojan/Win32.Agent

SpyHunter Detects & Remove

File System Details may create the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detections
1. hysciwygikle.exe d6d218c1a932495420c5371584594ba3 129
2. zexeajoxferi.exe ba8022bfcfabc73129c7c44538114f30 28
3. DisplaySwitch.exe 826d447909f470d211b6e47ecf317f59 20
4. csrss.exe 27abb62b3c469ae665f158bb16efec60 11
5. xumydridqylr.exe 45f0be3046082e97e098f2236a32ff37 11
6. temp1.exe 56b849924b6fb69079792b47583a5826 6
7. lvysvbqvgoty.exe ac8b37e9ef7f735d9e62449a4684b205 6
8. KB3237683.exe 79846904d8dc906ed0135a98d0f15ff6 6
9. dxkaepsp.exe e49e17d05aee81145b27fec6ec027ba0 5
10. 1346043120.exe 884affcf7757d26ee2846e168e59c645 4
11. ciphtend.exe cc109d875fd3c0603fda363a01e811e3 4
12. sicasisyhifh.exe 564ed9964355e7c1d07853546f40a338 4
13. 02ef0990.exe a64ac7e6312a9ec3861458004975ce2f 2
14. webyeryb3460vavaw.exe 7c2417a93b410dfcde8d0bff76d00e10 2
15. ofvjkphyr.exe 44f92aa0c467bebf1afd472ebf3c6bc8 2
16. 780b5df8fda898f39851917d8a235940.exe 614a07eef02f4be374f676d001768583 2
17. alg.exe 90f0e823e72ef79d96bad92ca34264a4 2
18. 4586202.exe 1a2d26a18dcdf170010bc9ced7c94c5e 2
19. HP DVB-T TV 1cbd466c4fd99b0f1c862edd0395820c 2
20. Q3w79.exe 3e967233d5efc7019b6b591d07226b75 2
21. 5375262.exe 392307ba4e6e3ea73c7d5570d52e6eb7 1
22. dxfkdiog.exe 12451c0bb294dc455e0b49aad491c1c1 1
23. wpbt0.dll f09754f289d01c5f54e8e52894f5f410 1
24. a7s7xh1sh5hj7-10038.exe f1369fa388293b53dd6a456ce6366d46 1
25. 1os0ieiryvktk-10083.exe c64ee410c041ad74c5c39bb73fec43c2 1
26. 6755868.exe 65566caa7c85b30732bf85f0542ab377 1
More files

Registry Details may create the following registry entry or registry entries:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "C:\Users\[UserName]\Documents\MSDCSC\[RANDOM CHARACTERS].exe"


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