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Panda Software: weekly virus and intrusion report
Meet the next report from Panda Software, which examines the SdBot worm.EXG, the Cimuz Trojan.X and two hacking utilities: GuardMon and SpyEx
SdBot.EXG is a worm that spreads by exploiting five security holes: a buffer overflow in SQL Server 2000 (MS02-039); a vulnerability in the Workstation Service (MS03-049); LSASS (MS04-011); RPC-DCOM (MS04-012); and Remote Code Execution in Plug and Play (MS05-039) (numbers in parentheses indicate a Microsoft bulletin that fixes each vulnerability). The worm has its own FTP and TFTP server to send itself.
Sdbot.EXG connects to certain IRC servers, from which it receives commands, such as: self-updating, downloading and launching files, reading the list of shared resources, adding / removing such resources, etc.d.
Cimuz.X ? it is a Trojan that, when installed on a computer, performs a number of actions, including:
- Opening an arbitrary port, which allows the computer to be used as an HTTP proxy.
- Running PHP scripts from multiple web addresses to inform the creator of the infection.
- To bypass firewalls, it injects its processes into the processes of other programs that do not have restrictions on Internet access. It also adds its processes to the list of authorized applications in the Windows XP firewall.
- Creates several entries in the Windows registry that have different purposes (to be launched at every Windows startup, to determine if the computer was previously infected, etc.).d.).
Cimuz.X uses multiple DLLs and third party code. Its author probably reused components of other Trojans.
The next malicious code reviewed is the GuardMon hacker utility, which records the keys pressed by the user. This feature can be used to retrieve passwords or other sensitive information and is a serious threat.
GuardMon creates a GPS file on the infected computer.DLL exporting WSPStartup function. This function controls the process of monitoring the pressed keys.
Today’s report concludes with the hacker utility SpyEx, which monitors the keys pressed by the user, the applications used on the computer, and Internet activity. The collected information is sent as an email attachment to a specific address.
For more information on these and other computer threats, visit Panda Software’s Virus Encyclopedia.