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Highly Dangerous Trojan DDoS:Win32/Abot.A causes actions removal process



Highly Dangerous Trojan DDoS:Win32/Abot.A causes actions removal process - The highly dangerous malware Trojan DDoS:Win32/Abot.A belongs to the Gimeno family of malware. It is a trojan that connects to a remote website to download and execute arbitrary files. It may also receive instructions from the remote server to perform distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against certain websites. It  is an extremely malicious computer infection. It may cause serious damage to your Computer system if you don’t be careful.  It is distributed via spam e-mails, bundled downloads, fake ads and so on. 
Trojan DDoS:Win32/Abot.A
DDoS:Win32/Abot.A


About the Gimeno malicious applications family 

This is a group of malicious applications which includes highly complex infections such as GVU Virus (also called as Gesellschaft zur Verfolgung von Urheberrechtsverletzungen virus), Sacem Virus(specially designed for French computer users), Koda Ransomware(or KODA Police Ransomware  a dangerous Winlocker that targets computers located in Denmark), FBI Moneypack Virus(Demands ransom using fake FBI site and other details, it specially targets US users) and many more. There are quite a few versions of ransomware which means that it targets computer users all over the world. Ransomware programs block access to your system and present you with a fake notification claiming that you have committed certain crime like illegal downloads, copy right violations etc. and you have been fined by the authorities, now you must pay the fine in order to unblock your computer.



How DDoS:Win32/Abot.A comes to your PC


·         If you don’t have an anti-malware tool installed on your PC to prevent such infections.

·         If you download an attachment to a spam e-mail.

·         Your PC may also be infected by simply visiting a site which is already infected.

·         It may be hidden in some software if you download it from an unreliable source.

·         From a removable media if your PC is in auto play mode. You can get the infection even if your PC is not in auto play mode if you don’t scan the removable media for virus before using its contents.

·         If you click a fake popup.

·         If you click a fake ad.

What does DDoS:Win32/Abot.A do in your PC


·         After entering into your system DDoS:Win32/Abot.A, automatically comes into action and starts creating files like Apple_Store.exe, ram_reserver64.exe and config.exe etc. and add them to your system. These are the files responsible for executing the trojan programs.

·         The file called config.exe is used to hijack your entire system processes. It is capable of automatically presenting you with fake pop-up alerts, spamming you via your social network automatically connecting to remote servers, creating batch files.

·         It will collect your personal data for onward transmission to the remote server.

·         The malware DDoS:Win32/Abot.A may restrict your access to the Task manager.

·         The malware DDoS:Win32/Abot.A, will seriously affect your online browsing.

·         It will infect your USB drives too. 

Detection and behavior of Trojan DDoS:Win32/Abot.A


It make various modifications in the registry of your system so that it automatically run each time you start your PC. Some of the modifications generally made by the Trojan DDoS:Win32/Abot.A in your system’s Registry are given below -

·         In your subkey: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Svchost Sets value: "netsvcs", With- "6to4"

·         In your subkey: HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\6to4\Parameters Sets value: "ServiceDll"  With "< name of the malware file here>"

·         In your subkey: HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\6to, Sets value: "Type"  With - ""

·         In your subkey: HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\SharedAccess\Epoch Sets value: "Epoch" With - "©"

If you find any of the above changes in your registry, it is a sure signal of  the Trojan DDoS:Win32/Abot.A being present in your system. This threat creates hidden files so you can see these in the hidden files of your system.

How to remove DDoS:Win32/Abot.A


The files and registry entries created by DDoS:Win32/Abot.A are copied and hidden in different folders which make the infection very complex, Therefore removing the infection DDoS:Win32/Abot.A manually must not be tried. You should always remove it with the help of a powerful antivirus. If you are not having one installed on your PC, download a quality antivirus and install it on your PC. It will remove DDoS:Win32/Abot.A for you. The program will scan your entire PC, detect all components of the infection and eliminate DDoS:Win32/Abot.A completely as well as other infections if any. The  anti-virus will also serves as a real-time protector against various malicious threats coming to your PC in future.



7 comments:

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