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Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2012 16:36:54 -0400
From: Alex Buie <>
Subject: Re: A Chat With The NGR Bot

I love these posts that troll for visits to someone's site.
Alex Buie
Network Coordinator / Server Engineer
KWD Services, Inc
Media and Hosting Solutions

On Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 4:28 PM, Adam Behnke <> wrote:
> NGR Bot (also known as Dorkbot) was examined to be a user-mode rootkit that
> could be remotely controlled via Internet-Relay-Chat (IRC) protocol. It was
> designed with the intention to steal digital identity, perform denial of
> service, and manipulate the domain name resolution.
> It spreads via Recycler bin social engineering as well as by hooking into
> via social networking sites.
> This article aims to provide some technical insights of this NGR Bot V1.0.3
> sample (MD5 “1CA4E2F3C8C327F8D823EB0E94896538″) on the following topics:
> (1) Encryption & tampering detection mechanism
> (2) Functionalities
> (3) Hooking technique
> (4) Architecture Set-up for communicating with this malware
> To view the entire article, go here:
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