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Chinese Alliance Against Google Spreading Malicious Code

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#1 fozzie


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Posted 13 February 2007 - 06:42 PM

Our "ThreatSeeker" process recently discovered an interesting website that attempts to exploit un-patched Internet Explorer users who have the Chinese language pack installed. Assuming users are not running the latest version of I.E. they will be exploited with code that utilized the MS06-14 "MDAC" vulnerability. Upon visiting the site a Trojan Downloader connects to another site which downloads and installs a file called md5.exe. This file is run as "chenzi.exe". This filename has been used in the past by infected websites within the Chinese domain/IP space and appears to be a password stealing Trojan Horse.

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