Detection added: 25.11.2020 11:27:48
MD5: 6B84813A906095D680159AA45996B3E9
SHA1: B86671CB817D11A4785ECE026D35E0A39E5818FF
Behavior: RootKit
A rootkit is a collection of one or more tools designed to covertly maintain control of a computer. Initially rootkits appeared on the UNIX operating systems (including Linux) and were a collection of one or more tools which allowed an attacker to gain and keep access to the most privileged user on the computer (on UNIX systems this user is called 'root' - hence the name) On Windows based systems, rookits have more commonly been associated with tools used for hiding programs or processes from the users. When installed a Windows rootkit uses functions in the operating system to hide itself, so as not to be detected, and is often used to hide other malicious programs such as keystroke loggers. The use of rootkits is not necessarily malicious, but they have come to be increasingly associated with undesirable behavior and malicious software.

NOTE: The hash is only listed for the first detected malicious file. SHA/MD5 hash should not be intended as a security/antivirus solution, instead it provides you an additional information, allowing you to identify known malware files.
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Take the following steps to help prevent infection on your computer:
  • Use up-to-date antivirus software.
  • Get the latest updates for Operating system and your installed software.
  • Use strong passwords and password management software.
  • Use caution when opening attachments, accepting file transfers and clicking on links to webpages.