|Backdoor.Nibu.F is a Trojan horse that attempts to steal passwords and bank account information.
Logs keystrokes and steals information to send to the hacker.
Looks for windows that have certain strings in the title bar.
These strings vary, but may include the following:
Bank; bank; bull; Bull; cash; ebay; e-metal; Fethard; fethard; gold; Keeper; localhost; mull; PayPal; Storm; WebMoney; Winamp; WM Keeper
Captures keystrokes that are typed into windows that contain the previously listed strings and stores them in a log file.
This file may be named %Windir%\vxdload.log.
Launches a thread that monitors the Clipboard, saving to a log file any data that it finds.
The file may be named %Windir%\rundllx.sys.
Periodically checks the size of the files it uses for logging stolen information.
When the files are a certain size, the log files will be emailed to a hard-coded email address, along with System information such as the IP address and operating system.
Use antivirus (also check How To Remove section)Startup Optimizer to remove it from startup.