Know Your Malware: Secefa Removal
Secefa is a dangerous and complex Internet worm, which spreads to vulnerable computers running Microsoft Windows operating system with unpatched security flaws. It exploits certain vulnerabilities and does not require any user interaction. Once executed, Secefa silently installs itself to the system and runs a spreading routine. The worm's payload is comprised of several harmful functions.
Secefa terminates running antiviruses, firewalls, security-related programs, some other applications and even few parasites. It alters the Windows registry in order to bypass and disable Windows Firewall, some system tools and components including the Registry Editor and System File Protection. Secefa also blocks access to popular security-related and online shopping web sites. The worm includes an integrated backdoor, which provides the attacker with unauthorized remote access to a compromised computer. The intruder can control the infected system and steal user sensitive information. Furthermore, Secefa can download from the Internet and install Gamqowi, which is a dangerous trojan with backdoor functionality. The worm automatically runs on every Windows startup.
Related files: dodrrr.exe, msdef.exe, mstempf.exe, services.exe, ws3lib.exe, qwe.bat, ftp.scr
• Allows remote user connection
• Connects itself to the internet
• Hides from the user
• Stays resident in background
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