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314 results in Threat Encyclopedia: “BKDR_BIFROSE”
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...file dropped by other malware. When executed, it drops its component. DLL file, which Trend Micro also detects as BKDR_BIFROSE.SP. It connects to a remote malicious user using random ports. Once a connection is successfully established...
...which is then decrypted and injected into IEXPLORE.EXE process. The said DLL file is detected by Trend Micro as BKDR_BIFROSE.DMU. This malicious DLL file contains the main backdoor routine. This backdoor application terminates and deletes...
Alias:No Alias FoundDescription:This backdoor may be downloaded unknowingly by a user when visiting malicious Web sites. It is a tool used to build Bifrost server component. The output file of this malware is detected by Trend Micro as BKDR_BIFROSE.AQR.
Alias:BackDoor-CEP.svr (McAfee), Infostealer (Symantec), BDS/Bifrose.Gen (Avira),Description:This malware has been renamed to BKDR_BIFROSE.AIP.
Alias:Backdoor.BifroseDescription:BKDR_BIFROSE.G is a backdoor program, a Trojan specifically designed to allow malicious users to remotely manipulate affected systems. Like...
...Bifrose(Symantec),Mal/Bifrose-B(Sophos),ARC:Mail(Kaspersky),BackDoor-CKA(McAfee)Description:BKDR_BIFROSE.D is a backdoor program, a Trojan specifically designed to allow malicious users to remotely manipulate affected...
Other DetailsThis Backdoor adds the following lines or registry entries as part of its routine: e3133af74e5af03c4a9b54166ec338a8 23EC1D018FA444F496C876C5BC1E5E6DD3F5AA20 BKDR_BIFROSE.DPW12707947.e3133|119165
Alias:Backdoor.BifroseDescription:BKDR_BIFROSE.H is a backdoor program, a Trojan specifically designed to allow malicious users to remotely manipulate affected systems. Like...
Alias:Trojan.Win32.Buzus.cl (Kaspersky), W32.Spybot.Worm (Symantec), TR/Click.MMZ.44 (Avira), Mal/Dropper-G (Sophos),Description:This malware has been renamed to BKDR_ARTIEF.F.
Alias:Backdoor.Win32.BlackHole.2005.ch (Kaspersky), BackDoor-CGX.svr (McAfee), Backdoor.Singu (Symantec), BDS/BlackHole.2005.A.33 (Avira), Backdoor:Win32/Blackhole.

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