Trojan attacks antivirus software to invite more viruses
You have seen Hollywood flicks in which an enemy sneaks in through a hatch, kills security guards in silence and cold blood, and then moves on to open secret doors to bring in more of its colleagues. MicroWorld Technologies says that a Trojan Dropper named 'Win32.Delf.se' works with great similarity to this sequence.
Win32.Delf.se’s core component is a Windows PE EXE file written in Delphi, wrapped with UPX. Once launched, it goes on to disable popular anti-virus applications and paves the way for more Adware, Spyware, Trojan and Backdoor.
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