Win32/Sheldor Description

Type: Trojan

Win32/Sheldor is a Trojan, which is used by the Carberp cybercrime group to manually transfer money on targeted PCs. Win32/Sheldor is a component of the TeamSpy targeted attack, which targets government services and companies. TeamSpy uses modified components of the TeamViewer program. Win32/Sheldor uses legal programs in an effort to create a remote connection to an affected computer. Win32/Sheldor makes some modifications to the original components of the corrupted PC. Win32/Sheldor uses the TeamViewer 5.0 standalone component to invoke remote control of the infected computer.

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