Threat Database Trojans Troj/Zbot-DPM


By Domesticus in Trojans

Threat Scorecard

Threat Level: 90 % (High)
Infected Computers: 8
First Seen: January 18, 2013
Last Seen: January 15, 2021
OS(es) Affected: Windows

Troj/Zbot-DPM is a Zbot Trojan that is included in a spam malware campaign masquerading as a secure message. Troj/Zbot-DPM propagates via a bogus email message having the subject line of 'You have received a secure message'. The fraudulent email 'You have received a secure message' aims to fool victims into opening an attached ZIP file. The malicious ZIP file called '' carries Troj/Zbot-DPM. Troj/Zbot-DPM can take over the targeted computer and include it in a criminal botnet. Troj/Zbot-DPM can also extort money from online bank accounts, login details for social networking websites and email/FTP information.

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File System Details

Troj/Zbot-DPM may create the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detections
1. securedoc.exe 315b81b62fb81baa990f1317f1b68610 0
2. You have received a secure message.msg 3985a921abe67a72aba05a202ae0c13c 0
3. 5488081937098585834a167e85dbdd4f 0
4. You have received a secure message.eml a735beb8bbb78dc3bc4031357f30a5d3 0
5. You have received a secure message.eml e08239fdde735663bb9a526c36a528f6 0


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