Also Known As: Backdoor.IRC.Flood.i, Backdoor.IRC.Flood.f
Type: Trojan Horse
Infection Length: multiple files
This causes to Trojan to run when Windows starts.
This backdoor gives a hacker unlimited access to your computer.
IRC.Mimic is an mIRC script which may cause infected computers to participate in Distributed Denial of Service attacks.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are performed from multiple attack servers remotely controllable by the hacker. Before the attacker can launch a DDoS attack, he or she must gain full access to the computers that will be used as attack servers. This can be implemented through a Backdoor Trojan installation. To deliver and execute the Backdoor Trojan on a remote machine, hackers create HTML-pages with the viral scripts capable to drop and run Backdoor Trojans, spread the Trojan-carrying email messages, place the Backdoor Trojans in USENET newsgroups, distribute them over IRC channels, or write other viruses that drop and execute Backdoor Trojans.
Trojan.IrcBounce is the detection for a collection of programs that a hacker can use to conceal intrusion and obtain administrator-level access to Microsoft Windows environments. These programs can be used to attack Windows environments that
Taskmngr.exe is actually Mirc32.exe version 5. 7.
The Trojan uses this file to run all of its mIRC scripts, including Dll32.hlp, Dll32NT.hlp, Xvpll.hlp, Httpsearch.ini, and NT32.ini.
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