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LTC Mining Software Being Pushing Into Memory


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#1 aspeer06

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Posted 03 June 2014 - 07:50 PM

So we've grabbed some samples of some code that appears to use a buffer overflow of sorts and installs mining software on computers but we can't tell what else it's doing.

I've found that its PE32 and need to find someone who is better at reading the assembly than I am as I keep getting lost.

 

Here's a sample just for reference: https://malwr.com/analysis/ZWYxOGI2OGJlN2U1NDYzZWI4MDA4M2RhZWJjZmNlNGQ/

 

So far we've been in contact with some AV vendors and they've written definitions but none will help us with the assembly part. We need to know if it is/has done anything else besides the mining.



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