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7/8: BackDoor-BDJ Written in MSVC

7/8: BackDoor-BDJ Written in MSVC
July 8, 2004

BackDoor-BDJ is a remote access trojan written in MSVC. The file is 122,880 bytes in length, and is likely to have a randomly generated filename of 8 characters, for example:


Additionally, the file is likely to be located with a .FIL file extension within a CAB file (of random filename), itself within randomly named directories within the Program Files directory. For example:

C:\PROGRAM FILES\COMMON FILES\(random 8 chars)\(random 8 chars)\(random 8 chars).CAB

More information is at McAfee page.

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