.: CMD BackDoor 1.0 :.
Released 18 years, 8 months ago. Nov 2002By Lion
- From: China
- Coded by: Lion
- Version: CMD BackDoor 1.0
- Released date: Nov 2002, 18 years, 8 months ago.
- Family: CMD BackDoor 1.0
- Category: Information Stealer
Trojan.PSW.LionDumper is a Trojan horse that tries to steal passwords. It adds a new user, who has administrator rights, to the system. The Trojan comes disguised as a Windows NT/2000 password dumper utility. (A password dumper is a tool that is used by hackers.) The Trojan functions only if the user who executed it has administrator rights. It tries to add a new user with the name ISUR_IWAM, add it to Local Administrators group, and set a default password for it. (Symantec) added: c:\WINNT\Passwd.txt
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