Vulnerability Details

Orangeworm Kwampirs Trojan Detection

Published: 2018-04-26 14:23:05

CVSS Base Vector:

The script tries to detect the Orangeworm Kwampirs Trojan via various known Indicators of Compromise (IOC).

Technical Details:
The Orangeworm group is using a repurposed Trojan called Kwampirs to set up persistent remote access after they infiltrate victim organizations. Kwampirs is not especially stealthy and can be detected using indicators of compromise and activity on the target system. The Trojan evades hash-based detection by inserting a random string in its main executable so its hash is different on each system. However, Kwampirs uses consistent services names, configuration files, and similar payload DLLs on the target machine that can be used to detect it.

Trojan.Kwampirs is a Trojan horse that may open a back door on the compromised computer. It may also download potentially malicious files.

Affected Versions:
All Windows Systems.

A whole cleanup of the infected system is recommended.

Solution Type:

Detection Type:
Windows Registry


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