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Guptachar

Posted: March 28, 2006

Several variants appeared in the internet from August 2001 to December 2002. This RAT defers from other RAT viruses. The attacker does not require a "client" application to control the infected PC. Any kind of browser can be used, because the "server" runs like a web server. This virus includes a lot of dangerous functions like uploading files, browsing files, executing applications, shutting down and restarting, logging keys, etc. The pest was written in C++ applicationming language. The author is an hacker called Ayan Chakrabarti. The origination place is India.

File System Modifications

  • The following files were created in the system:
    # File Name
    1 defs.h
    2 gserver.cpp
    3 gupt.exe
    4 install.exe
    5 makeqinst.exe
    6 mapit.exe
    7 qinst.mod

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