Cabrotor is backdoor, allowing an attacker to control the machine where it runs. The trojan itself is a Windows PE EXE file written in Delphi.
Based on the settings of your F-Secure security product, it will either move the file to the quarantine where it cannot spread or cause harm, or remove it.
The original trojan package contains three main executable files:
CaBrONaToR.exe - client to send commands to remote server CaBrONeDiT.exe - server editor to modify default server settings 8======D.exe - server (trojan itself)
When run, the backdoor code copies itself to the Windows directory and registers itself in the system registry in the auto-run section. In different backdoor versions the backdoor EXE name and registry keys are different. The known variant has:
The registry key entries it creates are located in:
And their names are:
The trojan then opens a connection to its master's IRC channel and waits for its master's commands.
The backdoor allows the attacker to invoke any of the following commands:
Reports computer information (Windows version, CPU type, UserName, CompanyName) Open/closes CD drive Reports directories and file names Runs a local file or command Send information: RAS, MS Messenger and .NET services Exits Windows Downloads a requested file Performs DoS attack to a requested victim address Terminates itself
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