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  svchosts.exe

Name svchosts.exe

Description

Trojan Frutca.
Creates the following hidden files:
* %Program Files%\WinRAR\_RarExt.exe
* %System%\_textpad.exe
* %System%\svchosts.exe
* %System%\kernell32.dll
* %System%\avmtapi.tsp
* %System%\system.dll
Adds "?Windows Update" = "svchosts.exe" to the Windows startup registry keys.
Modifies the value:
"(Default)" = "%System%\_textpad.exe %1"
in the registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\txtfile\shell\open
so that the Trojan is executed every time a .txt file is opened.
Modifies the value:
"(Default)" = "\_Reader32.exe" "%1"
in the registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\AcroExch.Document\shell\open
so that that the Trojan is executed every time a .pdf file is opened.
Adds the following values:
"ProviderID5" = "0x00000006"
"ProviderFileName5" = "avmtapi.tsp"
"AllProviders" = "true"
to the registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Providers
to register a CAPI driver.
Terminate antiviral programs.
Attempts to use the CAPI driver to manipulate ISDN connections.
Attempts to send stolen information to the remote attacker.
Kill it using antivirus (also check How To Remove section)Startup Optimizer.




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