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  rb.exe

Name rb.exe

Description

Backdoor.Akak
This is a backdoor server that also creates a SOCKS proxy on the compromised system.
Opens an unauthorized backdoor to the compromised system.
May be installed when you visit a malicious Web site using Internet Explorer. These pages may contain code that exploits the Microsoft Internet Explorer Drag And Drop File Installation Vulnerability.
Creates a SOCKS proxy on TCP port 5555.
This allows the compromised computer to be used to proxy protocols such as HTTP.
Listens on TCP port 4321 for commands from the remote attacker.
The attacker can do any of the following:
- Obtain system information
- Download and execute files on the compromised computer
- Uninstall the back door
- Update the address of the master server

Use antivirus (also check How To Remove section)Startup Optimizer to automatically remove it from startup.


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