Bifrose is a backdoor Trojan that provides an unauthorized user with some remote control over your system, making it possible to capture your personal information through accessing your files. Through Bifrose, this anonymous user may upload, download, and delete files stored on your hard drive. Your computer’s security and stability may be further decreased as Bifrose may download other applications. Bifrose is a serious threat to the security of your personal and financial data and it is recommended to get rid of it immediately.
Trj/Thed.M [Panda]Generic5_c.BUVP [AVG]Backdoor.Bifrose!rem [PCTools]Trojan.Genome.ak [VBA32]Win32.Troj.Genome.(kcloud) [Kingsoft]TROJ_SPNR.11I612 [TrendMicro]Trojan.Click2.51276 [DrWeb]Gen:Variant.Barys.1607 [F-Secure]Gen:Variant.Barys.1607 (B) [Emsisoft]Backdoor.Bifrose!9brHUzSoQKo [Agnitum]
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File System Modifications
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- The following files were created in the system:
# File Name Detection Count 1 %APPDATA%\ system32.exe 607 2 svchost.exe 513 3 %WINDIR%\ csrs.exe 187 4 %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\ Start Menu\ Programs\ Startup\ manager\ manager.exe 66 5 C:\ wuauclt.exe 28 6 %USERPROFILE%\ winsrvcn.exe 21 7 %APPDATA%\ csrss.exe 12 8 %USERPROFILE%\ Local Settings\ alvsvpd.exe 12 9 %PROGRAMFILES%\ nvidia\ driver.exe 12 10 D:\ Program Files\ XenoXMT2client_11.02.2012r_by_Pawemol\ XenoxMT2 Launcher.exe 12
Posted: May 24, 2006 | By SpywareRemove
Threat Level: 8/10
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