Trojan.Zbot.B!Inf

Trojan.Zbot.B!Inf Description

Trojan.Zbot.B!Inf is a dangerous Trojan designed to harvest confidential information from a compromised machine. Trojan.Zbot.B!Inf can spread via spammed e-mails and file-sharing networks. When inside a computer system, Trojan.Zbot.B!Inf will communicate with a remote server and download potentially harmful files that will put the compromised system at greater risk. This threat can be avoided or removed from a system with a good anti-spyware application.

Aliases: Virus.Win32.Murofet!IK, Trojan-Downloader.Win32.Genome.abqm [Kaspersky], Win32.ZBot.ARVI, Virus.Win32.Murofet [Ikarus], W32.Murofet [ClamAV], PE_LICAT.SM, W32/Zbot.gen.b [McAfee], TrojanDownloader.Small.pac, Medium Risk Malware, Win32/Murofet.A!Dropper [eTrust-Vet], Trojan.DL.Small!8q2TUNR7xJU, Riskware [K7AntiVirus], W32.Murofet.A [CAT-QuickHeal], Trojan-Banker.Win32.Agent.bav [Kaspersky] and W32/D_Bancos!Generic [F-Prot].

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Technical Information

File System Details

Trojan.Zbot.B!Inf creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 %WINDIR%\system32\javachelper.dll 2,438,656 00fb0c333d58aeb0f5c9aa809b2ab243 4
2 %USERPROFILE%\Desktop\spybotsd162.exe 16,412,008 034d8365505b9e7876b7fa029a1bf486 3
3 %USERPROFILE%\Desktop\mbam-setup-1.50.1.1100...................exe 7,736,256 cf1c058a563c483a916207609370b010 3
4 %WINDIR%\system32\drivers\exp1orers.exe 179,712 56328f60d4ecef56bc0ec980973c7bdb 2
5 %WINDIR%\system32\msiexec.exe 80,896 263ea97e2ff1a828b788b145aa34853a 1
6 %WINDIR%\system32\igfxtray.exe 141,848 ecd6f86d2846d1bf89898ffd494e17b0 1
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