A standalone malicious program which uses computer or removable drives to make complete copies of itself.

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Technical Details

AutoRun.GA creates a copy of itself as the following:

  • C:\Program Files\Microsoft Common\wuauclt.exe

It will change the title of the process to "notepad window".

It also drops two files into the root of available removable drives:

  • autorun.inf
  • wuauclt.exe

It injects codes to svchost.exe and explorer.exe.

It looks for a service that will run manually and then temporarily replaces the driver with malicious driver. It then runs the service and the returns the original driver.


  • Key: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\explorer.exeValue: DebuggerData: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Common\wuauclt.exe

This entry is created for automatic execution when explorer.exe is launched.

The autorun.inf file is an autorun file of wuauclt.exe and contains the following strings:

  • [autorun]open=system.exeshellexecute=system.exeshell\Explore\command=system.exeshell\Open\command=system.exeshell=Explore


The worm uses rootkit stealth techniques to hide its presence on the infected machine, including deleting its own installation file once the installation has been completed.

File System Changes

Creates these files:

  • C:\Program Files\Microsoft Common\wuauclt.exe

Process Changes

Writes in memory of these processes:

  • svchost.exe
  • explorer.exe

Network Connections

Attempts to connect to:

  • http://aaszxt.ru/load4/[...].php?v=1&rs=%u&uid=1
  • http://aaszxt.ru/load4/[...].php?v=1&id=%s&rs=%u&cc=0&uid=1
  • http://aaszxt.ru/load4/[...].php?v=1&rs=%u&n=1&uid=1
  • http://aaszxt.ru/load4/[...].php?v=1&id=%s&rs=%u&n=1&cc=0&uid=1
  • http://aaszxr.ru/loadx/[...].php?v=1&rs=%u&uid=1
  • http://aaszxr.ru/loadx/[...].php?v=1&id=%s&rs=%u&cc=0&uid=1
  • http://aaszxr.ru/loadx/[...].php?v=1&rs=%u&n=1&uid=1
  • http://aaszxr.ru/loadx/[...].php?v=1&id=%s&rs=%u&n=1&cc=0&uid=1

Registry Modifications

Sets these values:

  • HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\explorer.exeDebuggerC:\Program Files\Microsoft Common\wuauclt.exe