Threat Database Malware VirTool:Win32/Obfuscator.XX


By GoldSparrow in Malware

Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 15,786
Threat Level: 80 % (High)
Infected Computers: 2,641
First Seen: December 20, 2010
Last Seen: April 4, 2024
OS(es) Affected: Windows

Microsft Windows has built-in essential security mechanisms that may notify PC users of a detected VirTool:Win32/Obfuscator.XX threat. Security experts note that the VirTool:Win32/Obfuscator.XX detection is a broad term that encompasses programs that are obfuscated deliberately to prevent runtime analysis and code execution prevention. Technically, VirTool:Win32/Obfuscator.XX may be a detection of ransomware, backdoor trojans, RATs, worms, viruses and trojan downloaders. Users that are presented with security alerts about VirTool:Win32/Obfuscator.XX should revise recently installed free programs, check their extension managers for suspicious additions and ensure that they are using the most recent version of Java and Adobe Flash Player. Given the broad spectrum of malware that could be detected as VirTool:Win32/Obfuscator.XX you should take into consideration that most cyber threats are propagated as attachments to spam mail, and you may want to check your Downloads folder.

VirTool:Win32/Obfuscator.XX may appear as an archive file but don't be fooled by its icon because it may have a double file extension and prove to be an executable program. The VirTool:Win32/Obfuscator.XX malware may contain the payload of threats like CrypVault and TorrentLocker that are famous for their obfuscation techniques. Advanced obfuscation methods can be seen in Xpiro and AutoIt/Fadef that could extract valuable credentials from infected systems. Computer users should employ the services of a renowned anti-malware solution to prevent malware in the VirTool:Win32/Obfuscator.XX category from running on their PC, steal valuable data and install other malware.


15 security vendors flagged this file as malicious.

Anti-Virus Software Detection
McAfee Artemis!D46F296693C7
McAfee-GW-Edition Heuristic.LooksLike.Win32.Suspicious.F
McAfee Generic.grp!ec
CAT-QuickHeal (Suspicious) - DNAScan
Fortinet W32/Black.A!tr
Ikarus Trojan.Win32.Scar
AntiVir TR/Dropper.Gen
Avast Win32:Banker-KBN [Trj]
McAfee Artemis!2EC3705B6072
Symantec WS.Reputation.1
NOD32 probably a variant of Win32/Spy.Banker.WUH
McAfee Artemis!DBFBCDDED55E
Avast Win32:Spyware-gen [Spy]
McAfee Artemis!D2408DCF0EB3
Ikarus possible-Threat.Crack.TMPGEnc

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File System Details

VirTool:Win32/Obfuscator.XX may create the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detections
1. tmpgencdvdauthor3.exe  fa491a0eb9cd1675e3d032cea2775c3f 86
2. actualizador.exe 1f6e2ff217ad06c4cb40d9964f41b3fd 60
3. LDStub.exe f897ad390168dfca209841fa8810841a 44
4. EasyDownloads.exe f29e5a8475aace521e9993543754c786 43
5. firefox.exe 2ec3705b6072ec003732e4d99c28d9b4 11
6. laser.exe afb42069447d9c4164ba312deb5ce977 9
7. temps.exe 7da2c02cdfca6f5499976224f6feb727 9
8. LwkxqdY.exe 33a6fa202f48c1b9042d6980ff4a62e5 5
9. Amado Batista Alucinação.exe 20cedfad4359c817390dbdcc95f3ff3c 5
10. firefox.exe d46f296693c7270622e112fd02f19eb0 4
11. ipsechlp.exe 30b2b3b7f3d3b37fea1113d00220fd8e 3
12. PSa74_2247.exe 8e08b1e92a024386479c6bae9e70fae4 3
13. temps.exe d2408dcf0eb383ddf50559afccf2cdcd 3
14. waconsts.dll 505d588b92a609931b07921345aa4add 2
15. nerACD.dll c51b190e86e83e44697e292319437418 2
16. GxvhdaB.exe c5678e0508d6e4f5ed749e1419b62177 2
17. wchksys.exe bb759d37432e6d5d744214eebf7346ef 2
18. syst32.exe a4270648b3e2496897cc5f300b435fa4 2
19. tenthas.exe dbfbcdded55eb8e4d9dbd492f91474a0 2
20. IA882_2211.exe 16dd0001a1c8b27ab4c2db3fcc3d0c61 1
21. IAf8a_2164.exe 2440c41dfe11f7ae1d3d3ee6f7b59523 1
22. IA856_289.exe 0b5487b3f6c401dcdda00c75901d6b89 1
23. IA965_302.exe 5dce68809f701a77de6eb3fa56c5b34d 1
24. Shell_Update.exe 69276bab749f4f06e148031d68af92bf 1
25. 000003B214FA9539.exe 63dbf019d5f1edf0abf53fc675fe6a72 1
26. B6232F3A65D.exe c2ff997255f81a0042b6b58e20d1ddcc 1
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