Backdoor:Win32/Poisonivy.I (or Backdoor.Win32.PoisonIvy) is a generic detection name for a Trojan that opens a backdoor and allows the attacker to issue commands to control the infected PC. Unlike viruses, Trojans are spread manually and do not self replicate. Backdoor:Win32/Poisonivy.I worms its way into the system using security exploits. Once the server component is unwittingly installed on the victim’s machine, Backdoor:Win32/Poisonivy.I opens a port to send a notification to the hacker.
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File System Modifications
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Posted: November 25, 2009 | By SpywareRemove
Threat Level: 8/10
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