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From: chris.rose at (Chris Rose)
Subject: New backdoor program in the wild

Kristian Hermansen wrote:
> I think I've seen this one before.  Some keywords that come to mind are APRE
> (Advanced Port Redirection Engine), Assassin 2.0, and the site that hosts
> those files (forget the name).  These guys code Trojans for $$$!!!  But they
> also offer free tools to make Trojans and it looks like this one is using
> those tools by what you described (especially when attaching to IE process,
> which is its default option to bypass Application Protection!!!).  The app
> protection would catch it if it were utilizing MD5 versus file names
> (dumb)...

>From what I understand, it injects itself into the running process, not the
executable, so checking MD5 hash's would yeild nothing in this case.

> APRE tool:
> Trojans for $$$ website: ?????

Kind Regards,
Chris Rose

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