Backdoor:OSX/Olyx.C connects to a remote server to receive further instructions, without the knowledge or permission from the user.
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Olyx.C is dropped into the system by malicious Word documents that exploit the vulnerability identified by CVE-2009-0563.
The malware drops the following copy of itself:
It creates the following launchpoint for the file above:
The malware connects to a2012[...].slyip.net[...] to obtain additional commands.
The backdoor is capable of performing the following actions: