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BackDoor.Webcam.9

Added to the Dr.Web virus database: 2012-02-03

Virus description added:

A backdoor that replicates itself to %Temp%\rundll_.exe and registers itself with the rundll_ name in the following registry branch:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
Then the malware checks the presence of its copy via a mutex.

In a temporary folder, the backdoor creates several additional files that it uses while operating:

  • rundll_.nolog—if this file is missing after the Trojan is launched, the malware creates it; the file is used to determine whether the malicious program needs to log events or not;
  • rundll_.log—the Trojan logs events into this file if rundll_.nolog is missing after the malware is launched;
  • rundll_.exe—the file to which the Trojan replicates itself;
  • rundll_.bat—the executable file created automatically to copy the Trojan to rundll_.exe;
  • rundll_twain64.dll—a REG file containing commands to save data to the system registry branch responsible for autorun;
  • rundll_dll.sid—the file is used to store the computer's unique identifier (SID); SID looks as follows: nnn550.rrr, where nnn indicates the decimal representation of the volume serial number, the 550 number is hard-coded in the Trojan's body, and rrr indicates 16 random lowercase Latin characters from the a–w range (22 characters);
  • rundll_dll.dll—the file with the command and control server address.

The Trojan can execute the following commands:

  • SERVADDR—set a new command and control server address
  • GETKILL—kill its own process
  • USE_TEMP—set a new working folder
  • USE_AP
  • GETRESTART—restart
  • GETRUN
  • GETTASKS
  • GETDISKS
  • GETURL
  • GETDIR
  • NGETFILE
  • FTPFILE
  • MYGETFILE
  • WEBCAMLIST
  • WEBCAMSTART
  • JPGQUALITY
  • SCREEN—take a screenshot and send it
  • TIMER

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