Exploit:W32/XDropper.BR

Classification

Malware

Exploit

W32

Exploit:W32/XDropper.BR

Summary

A program or technique that takes advantage of a vulnerability to remotely access or attack a program, computer or server.

Removal

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Technical Details

Exploit:W32/XDropper.BR identifies malware that exploits the CVE-2007-0030 vulnerability, using a specially-crafted malicious Excel file.

This malware is also mentioned in our Weblog.

Execution

Exploit:W32/Xdropper.BR will drop the following file upon execution:

  • %temp%\svchost.exe - detected as Trojan-Dropper:W32/Agent.DJGD

The dropper will drop additional binaries that will download and executes malicious files from:

  • https://211.21.161.10/images/[..].gif
  • https://60.249.139.16/images/[..].gif
  • https://203.161.117.17/[..].gif

The URLs are dead during the investigation.