Backdoor:MSIL/Pontoeb.N is a trojan that connects to a remote server to listen for commands, sent by an attacker, that instruct the trojan to perform various payloads. The payloads could include instructions to download files, gather and send details about your computer, initiate flood attacks against other computers and update the trojan code.
Backdoor:MSIL/Pontoeb.G is a worm that can log your keystrokes and allow an attacker to remotely access your computer. It spreads through peer-to-peer (P2P) networks, network shares, mapped drives, removable drives, and compressed archived files.
It also attempts to steal sensitive and confidential information from affected users to perpetrate fraud. If you believe that your personal financial information may have been compromised, please refer to the following advisory for additional advice:
The malware may steal your information by recording your usernames and passwords. After removal of the threat you should change your passwords. Please refer to the following advisory for tips on how to create and use passwords:
Backdoor:MSIL/Pontoeb.A is a worm that spreads by inserting itself into compressed archives, and contains backdoor functionality.
Backdoor:MSIL/Pontoeb.J is a trojan that may allow backdoor access and control of an affected computer.