Litmus Description

Type: Trojan

Litmus is a backdoor trojan that gives an attacker remote unauthorized access to a compromised computer. The parasite is controlled through the IRC chat network. It allows the intruder to manage, download and execute arbitrary files, reconfigure backdoor settings and steal system and network information. Litmus also attempts to collect user login names, various passwords and other confidential data. The parasite secretly runs on every Windows startup.

Technical Information

File System Details

Litmus creates the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detection Count
1 ~5.exe, SVCHOST32.exe cdd5e0b31e2a260f7ec99dcb4a8ab3da 0
2 ~3.exe b30cd6929c4e96c70acea733a405aff2 0

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