Trojan-Downloader:W32/Banload.FVQ, Trojan-Downloader.Win32.Agent.awqw, Downloader (Symantec)


This type of trojan secretly downloads malicious files from a remote server, then installs and executes the files.

Automatic action

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Technical Details

This trojan is hosted on the website[...].php and executes automatically when the user visits the website. This trojan downloads a another trojan onto the system. The downloaded trojan steals the user's internet banking information and is detected as Trojan-Spy.Banbra.RM.


Upon execution, the trojan creates the file:

  • %temp%\bloloolol86.txt

This text file contains the text 'olha'.The trojan then downloads and execute the binary files:

  • %windir%\system32\innit226.exe
  • %windir%\system32\msnmsgsr.exe

To distract the user from detecting any malicious activity, the trojan also download innocuous-looking files from:


The first JPEG file, 001.jpg, will be renamed tomsnmsgsr.exe;the second JPEG file, 002.jpg, will be renamed toinnit226.exe. Both are renamed using Windows command prompt and stored on %windir%\system32. As these files share similar names with the malicious binary files, they help camouflage the trojan's activity.Upon successful execution of the trojan, Internet Explorer will open the page, a social networking site.This trojan was written in Borland Delphi.