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Updated on Nov 08, 2007
Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.ACI.dr is a Trojan dropper for the Trojan backdoor Win32/Bifrose.ACI. Bifrose.ACI allows an attacker access to the compromised computer, and injects its processes into the Windows shell and the Internet Web browser Internet Explorer.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.ACI is a backdoor Trojan that allows a remote attacker to access to the compromised computer, and injects its processes into the Windows shell and Internet Explorer.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.EO is a generic detection for a trojan that may drop other backdoor trojans. It disables the Windows Firewall without the user's knowledge to allow its dropped trojans to connect to remote attackers.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.AE is an 818,629-byte, win32 executable which sets itself to run on the next system boot and opens up a backdoor that allows unauthorized access and control of the affected system.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.EX is a backdoor trojan that allows a remote attacker to access the compromised system, and injects its processes into the Windows Explorer and Internet Explorer processes. It allows a remote attacker to perform certain commands on the compromised system.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.ES allows unauthorized access and control of an affected computer.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.HM is a trojan that connects to a remote server to allow an attacker to perform backdoor commands.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.EY is a trojan that connects to a remote server to allow backdoor access and control from a remote attacker.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.HW is a trojan that installs Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.EY, a trojan that allows remote access and control.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.EBK is a trojan that allows unauthorized access and control of an affected computer.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Jun 01, 2015
Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose is a backdoor trojan that connects to a remote IP address using either TCP port 81 or a random port. It allows an attacker to access the computer and perform various actions.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 27, 2011
Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.ID is a trojan that allows unauthorized access and control of an affected computer.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 21, 2011
Constructor:Win32/Bifrose.A is a detection for a tool used by an attacker to create variants of the trojan Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose. Win32/Bifrose is a trojan that connects to a remote IP address and allows remote access and control by an attacker.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Oct 26, 2011
TrojanDownloader:Win32/Bifrose.F is a trojan that silently downloads and installs other programs without consent. This could include the installation of additional malware or malware components to an affected computer.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Aug 27, 2012
Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.IX is a trojan that allows unauthorized access and control of an affected computer.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Oct 28, 2012
Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.IZ is a trojan that allows unauthorized access and control of an affected computer.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Oct 18, 2016
Windows Defender Antivirus detects and removes this threat. This backdoor trojan uses your computer in conjunction with many other infected computers to launch attacks against certain IT companies. These attacks are designed to cripple those companies' abilities to run properly, and...
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Worm:Win32/Autorun.BO is a worm that may drop a backdoor trojan (identified as Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.gen!A) and connect with remote Web sites.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Trojan:Win32/Midgare.A is a trojan that contains an encrypted copy of Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose. It then injects the backdoor into the Windows shell process (explorer.exe), thus allowing the backdoor to run without ever being written into the computer.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
VirTool:Win32/Joiner.F is a tool that can drop and execute a Flash (SWF) file. This tool can be used by an attacker to drop and execute malicious Flash files.
Alert level: severe