Backdoor.Win32.Rbot.gen Trojan Information
Severe threats typically are remotely exploitable vulnerabilities, which can lead to system compromise. Successful exploitation does not normally require any interaction and exploits are in the wild. There exists a high possibility of potential system damage or security flaw. Attacker has complete control over your computer or install new software on your machine.
||Rbot is the name of a family of remote access tools, also known as backdoors or worms, used by hackers to control a machine without the owner's knowledge.
This group of threats can spread through security exploits, networks, IRC (Internet Relay Chat) servers and sometimes with other malware. Once installed, RBOT will set itself to run on Windows startup, using names that seem to be Windows Related. RBOT allows the attacker to take control of a machine remotely and execute commands. The machine can be used as a spam relay or to participate in a denial of service (DOS) attack.RBOT can spread through networkked computers.
Some RBOT variants can steal passwords and other data from the infected machine, lower security settings and turn off antivirus programs. RBOT variants are also known to steal game and application license keys.
||process: suge.exe: MD5 Hash: ...
process: suge.exe: MD5 Hash: f4e28c68729c4f22a67..
||Trojan - A Trojan software is any software on a user's computer that the user is not aware or intentionally installed. Most Trojan software is designed to perform some sort of actions that could jeopardize the user's security or privacy.
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