A trojan that secretly installs spy programs, such as keyloggers.
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Trojan-Spy:W32/Goldun.RR will install two other malicious programs on the machine before terminating itself; subsequently, the malwares will communicate with a remote site without the user's knowledge or consent. Unlike most malware, Goldun.RR will make registry changes that allow it to run even in Safe Boot Mode.
During installation, Goldun.RR drops the following files:
The main file create this process and terminate itself:
Once installed, Goldun.RR attempts to connect to:
It creates a launch point using winlogon event:
Goldun.RR registers itself as a service:
Creates this entry so that it will load during safe boot mode:
Adds its connection to the Windows firewall list so as by-pass it:
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