Trojan-Downloader:HTML/Cursor.A is a trojan-downloader that uses the "CURSOR" HTML dynamic style command to load a remote exploit ANI file that in turn downloads another malware executable file.
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Trojan-Downloader:HTML/Cursor.A is a trojan-downloader that uses the "CURSOR" HTML dynamic style command to load a remote exploit ANI file that in turn downloads another malware executable file.The following links are the download location:
The ANI file is detected as Exploit.Win32.IMG-ANI.k whereas the malware (EXE) further downloaded by the exploit is detected as Virus.Win32.AutoRun.az using our latest virus signature database updates.
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