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Linux.Siggen.3667

Added to the Dr.Web virus database: 2021-02-22

Virus description added:

Technical Information

Malicious functions:
Removes itself
Launches itself as a daemon
Substitutes application name for:
  • /bin/busybox
Kills the following processes:
  • <SAMPLE>
Performs operations with the file system:
Creates or modifies files:
  • <SAMPLE_FULL_PATH>
Network activity:
Awaits incoming connections on ports:
  • 127.0.0.1:18945
Establishes connection:
  • 8.#.8.8:53
  • 37.##.230.17:18191
Attacks using a special dictionary (brute-force technique) via the Telnet protocol.
Attacks using a special dictionary (brute-force technique) via an undefined protocol.
DNS ASK:
  • ri##r.cc
Sends data to the following servers:
  • 19#.##5.109.232:23
  • 49.###.165.167:23
  • 34.###.110.223:23
  • 10.##.54.233:23
  • 21#.##.65.147:23
  • 24.###.234.217:23
  • 13#.##5.224.242:26
  • 12#.##.162.233:23
  • 33.##.182.202:23
  • 37.##.230.17:18191

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