Threat Database Trojans Trojan:JS/BlacoleRef.CM


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Trojan:JS/BlacoleRef.CM is a JavaScript Trojan that is distributed via hacked websites. Trojan:JS/BlacoleRef.CM is produced to load a hidden IFrame that loads behind the affected PC owner's Internet browser, rerouting it to an exploit server known as 'Blackhole'. Once PC users activate any links within IFrames while viewing web content on insecure websites, their PCs become affected by Trojan:JS/BlacoleRef.CM. A hacked website may enable a cybercrook to successfully embed a client-side script, which then is launched when a computer user visits the vulnerable website. Payload of Trojan:JS/BlacoleRef.CM's may be differ, based on what the reference host delivers at the time of hijack. The combination of obfuscated JavaScript within a hidden IFrame referencing a malevolent host, and the malevolent host itself, which is responsible for dynamically generated content intended to exploit known and 'zero day' vulnerabilities on the targeted PC, are monitored and could be changed by a cybercrook at any time enabling it to be highly adaptable to the hacker's requirements.

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File System Details

Trojan:JS/BlacoleRef.CM may create the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detections
1. output.9450882.txt 053d46acb5c2f1c13b46ec8c22e8ba08 0
2. output.9451084.txt 15028d31c79403c19c81996d0544ad99 0
3. output.9451470.txt 12ef7da2a254e4c6d6ba17b4987f5ced 0
4. AC_RunActiveContent.js e2fbf0ee22ee77d66ab995c0241c601f 0
5. superfish.js bce4630d09fbe113edce4ebdc6508c70 0


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