This type of trojan contains one or more malicious programs, which it will secretly install and execute.
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Trojan-Dropper:W32/Blocker.A drops a program on the infected computer that "locks" the machine. Blocker.A then displays a message directing the user to send an SMS to a specified number in order to receive the password key to unlock the computer.Blocker.A may be considered Ransomware as it delivers malware that hijacks the computer system and demands the user perform a specified action in order to regain control of the machine.
Upon execution, Blocker.A drops a file, identified as Trojan:W32/Agent.AF, in the Windows temp folder. All samples analyzed so far show that the dropped file uses the filename
where X is a number.The trojan then modifies the UserInit registry by adding a file path to the said registry so that it executes automatically.
Note: The default value of this key is Userinit = %systemfolder%\userinet.exe,
To take control of the computer, Agent.AF drop a batch file that forces the machine to reboot.During reboot, the batch file "locks" the computer screen. At the same time, it disables several Windows shortcut key combinations to prevent the user from regaining control over the machine, including CTRL+ALT+DEL, Alt+F4 and others.The trojan then displays the following message in a small window in the center:
The message directs the user to send an SMS containing a number key (generated by the malware) to the number 3649.
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