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Once installed on a machine, Agent.KOG allows remote attackers to connect to the infected machine and steal information from it.The trojan itself is a Windows DLL component may be dropped on the system as part of the payload of another malware. Installation on execution, the DLL component is installed as a Windows service. To do so, the following registry keys are created:
It aslo creates the following subkeys:
In addition, it also modifies the registry data "netsvcs" in the existing svchost service:
to function as a launchpoint for the trojan backdoor.
Once installed, the DLL component uses the Windows socket to send data from the infected machine to an external server, as well as potentially receiving data/commands from the remote attacker.