Threat description


Platform: W32
Aliases: Spy-Peep, Backdoor.PeepViewer.201.a, Backdoor.PeepViewer.202


Peep is a remote access trojan, similar to Netbus and Back Orifice. It consists of client and server parts. Server is installed on target machine and is invisible. Server part is used by the attacked and consists of graphical front end through which to contol the target machine.


Automatic action

Once detected, the F-Secure security product will automatically disinfect the suspect file by either deleting it or renaming it.


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Technical Details

The client is in Chinese language.

F-Secure Antivirus has detected this trojan since 2001.


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