Home Malware Programs Spam Tools SpamTool.Win32.Delf.h


Posted: December 11, 2009

SpamTool.Win32.Delf.h is a spam tool designed to send malicious messages to email addresses harvested from the victim computer. SpamTool.Win32.Delf.h arrives as an attachment to an infected message. Once launched, the rogue program copies itself to the Windows root directory. SpamTool.Win32.Delf.h then infiltrates the system registry, ensuring that it will be launched every time Windows is rebooted. SpamTool.Win32.Delf.h is capable of downloading other malicious programs via the Internet and launching them on the victim machine. Once detected, SpamTool.Win32.Delf.h should immediately be removed using a reliable anti-spyware program.


Trojan.MailSpam (Doctor Web) Troj/Spexta-A (Sophos)
TROJ_DONBOMB.A (Trend Micro)
TR/Londrop (H+BEDV)
Trojan.DonBomb.A (SOFTWIN)
Trj/Bobin.A (Panda)
Win32/SpamTool.Delf.H (Eset)

File System Modifications

  • The following files were created in the system:
    # File Name
    1 %Windir%\ctflog.exe
    2 %Windir%\explore.exe
    3 %Windir%\inetinfomon.exe
    4 %Windir%\MPM.exe
    5 %Windir%\service.exe
    6 %Windir%\winlogon.exe

Registry Modifications

  • The following newly produced Registry Values are: