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Trojan.KillProc2.10660

Added to the Dr.Web virus database: 2020-05-26

Virus description added:

Technical Information

To ensure autorun and distribution
Modifies the following registry keys
  • [<HKCU>\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run] '1' = '"<Full path to file>"'
Creates the following files on removable media
  • <Drive name for removable media>:\toolbar.bmp
  • <Drive name for removable media>:\default.bmp
  • <Drive name for removable media>:\tileimage.bmp
  • <Drive name for removable media>:\coffee.bmp
  • <Drive name for removable media>:\testee.cer
  • <Drive name for removable media>:\contoso_1.cer
  • <Drive name for removable media>:\contoso.cer
  • <Drive name for removable media>:\contosoroot.cer
  • <Drive name for removable media>:\sdksampleprivdeveloper.cer
  • <Drive name for removable media>:\sdszfo.docx
Malicious functions
To complicate detection of its presence in the operating system,
deletes volume shadow copies.
Terminates or attempts to terminate
the following system processes:
  • <SYSTEM32>\dwm.exe
  • <SYSTEM32>\taskhost.exe
Modifies file system
Creates the following files
  • C:\readme-warning.txt
  • %HOMEPATH%\desktop\readme-warning.txt
  • D:\readme-warning.txt
  • C:\far2\addons\colors\custom_highlighting\readme-warning.txt
  • C:\far2\addons\colors\default_highlighting\readme-warning.txt
  • C:\far2\addons\colors\readme-warning.txt
Creates ransom message files (Trojan.Encoder).
Miscellaneous
Creates and executes the following
  • '<SYSTEM32>\cmd.exe' ' (with hidden window)
Executes the following
  • '<SYSTEM32>\cmd.exe'
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete "ReportServer$OPTIMA"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete "msftesql$SQLEXPRESS"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete "postgresql-x64-9.4"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete WRSVC
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete ekrn
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete klim6
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete "AVP18.0.0"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete KLIF
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete klpd
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete klflt
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete klbackupdisk
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete klbackupflt
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete klkbdflt
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete klmouflt
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete klhk
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete "KSDE1.0.0"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete kltap
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete TmFilter
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete TMLWCSService
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete tmusa
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete TmPreFilter
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete TMSmartRelayService
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete TMiCRCScanService
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete VSApiNt
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete TmCCSF
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete tmlisten
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete TmProxy
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete ntrtscan
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete ofcservice
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete "SQLAgent$OPTIMA"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\vssvc.exe'
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete "MSSQL$OPTIMA"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete "SQLAgent$WOLTERSKLUWER"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete vmickvpexchange
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete vmicguestinterface
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete vmicshutdown
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete vmicheartbeat
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete vmicrdv
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete storflt
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete vmictimesync
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete vmicvss
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete MSSQLFDLauncher
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete MSSQLSERVER
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete SQLSERVERAGENT
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete SQLBrowser
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete SQLTELEMETRY
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete MsDtsServer130
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete SSISTELEMETRY130
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete SQLWriter
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete "MSSQL$VEEAMSQL2012"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete "SQLAgent$VEEAMSQL2012"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete MSSQL
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete SQLAgent
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete MSSQLServerADHelper100
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete MSSQLServerOLAPService
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete MsDtsServer100
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete ReportServer
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete "SQLTELEMETRY$HL"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete TMBMServer
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete "MSSQL$PROGID"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete "MSSQL$WOLTERSKLUWER"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete "SQLAgent$PROGID"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\sc.exe' delete "MSSQLFDLauncher$OPTIMA"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\svchost.exe' -k swprv

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