Threat Database Trojans Trojan.Yoddos


By ZulaZuza in Trojans

Threat Scorecard

Threat Level: 60 % (Medium)
Infected Computers: 452
First Seen: August 8, 2011
Last Seen: April 11, 2022
OS(es) Affected: Windows

Trojan.Yoddos is a destructive Trojan that is able to decrease Internet Explorer's security and communicate with a remote server to receive configurations and instructions from cybercriminals. Trojan.Yoddos can either go on and initiate a denial of service attack against a specific website, or drop additional corrupt files onto your PC system and result in an even serious risk. Trojan.Yoddos withstands investigation by security software and works as a backdoor that allows damaging software tools to bypass common authentication and invade your PC system without you knowing about this. Trojan.Yoddos does not have an interface, but if you can find certain processes in your Task Manager, then your computer is really infected with Trojan.Yoddos. Once installed Trojan.Yoddos runs automatically, because it modifies the registry by adding a RUN key that allows it to launch every time you turn on your computer. Trojan.Yoddos also compromises several legitimate Windows processes in order to avoid detection by security applications. Trojan.Yoddos can initiate a DoS attack on a specific website. Trojan.Yoddos can also connect to a corrupt website to download additional malicious tools. Get rid of Trojan.Yoddos as early as possible.

File System Details

Trojan.Yoddos may create the following file(s):
# File Name Detections
1. WinXp32.exe
2. mzyqmh.exe
3. algo.exe
4. Winhome.exe

Registry Details

Trojan.Yoddos may create the following registry entry or registry entries:
Regexp file mask

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