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This is the original startup programs (as opposed to processes/tasks) list - one of the most accurate and comprehensive. Administrators should block unneeded ports, including port 8173/tcp, at the perimeter.Patches/Fixed SoftwareThe Symantec Security Response for Backdoor.Zebroxy is available at the following link: Security Response.  Protection has been included in virus definitions Virus definitions are available.ImpactBackdoor.Zebroxy runs a proxy server on port 8173/tcp, which allows an attacker to use the infected system's IP address to access sites on the Internet.  Warning IndicatorsUnusual activity on A standalone copy or paraphrase of the text of this document that omits the distribution URL is an uncontrolled copy and may lack important information or contain factual errors.

These alerts document threats that are active in the wild and provide SenderBase RuleIDs for mitigations; sample email messages; and names, sizes, and MD5 hashes of files. The reason for this change in policy cannot be disclosed at this time but I hope you have enjoyed using the database here and thank you for your support and kind Note - this malware actually changes the value data of the "(Default)" key in HKLM\Run in order to force Windows to launch it at boot. Information For Small Business Midsize Business Service Provider Executives Industries Automotive Consumer Packaged Goods Education Energy Financial Services Government Healthcare Hospitality Life Sciences Manufacturing Materials and Mining Public Sector Retail Smart+Connected

Last update :- 29th July, 201124133 items listed "Status" key: "Y" - Normally leave to run at start-up "N" - Not required or not recommended - typically infrequently used tasks that The database is mirrored in a slightly different format at Pacman's Portal. "Name or Startup Item" in the table below refers to how an entry is displayed in MSConfig, Windows Defender The name field in MSConfig may be blankNo(Default)Xwinbas12.exeAdware, CoolWebSearch parasite related - detected by Kaspersky as the VB.DU TROJAN! The name field in MSConfig may be blankNo(Default)Xwinweng.exeAdded by the AGENT-SB MALWARE!

The reason for this change in policy cannot be disclosed at this time but I hope you have enjoyed using the database here and thank you for your support and kind The version at Pacman's Portal will, however, continue to be updated and it's recommended that you refer to that site for more up to date information. CISCO RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE OR UPDATE ALERTS AT ANY TIME. The name field in MSConfig may be blankNo*Microsoft UpdateXwstcl.exeAdded by the STMU TROJAN!No*Microsoft UpdateXwucxt.exeAdded by the STMU TROJAN!No*Microsoft UpdateXwuytc.exeAdded by the STMU TROJAN!No*WerKernelReportingNWerFault.exePart of Windows Error Reporting technology (WER) for Vista.

The information in this document is intended for end users of Cisco products Cisco Threat Outbreak Alerts address spam and phishing campaigns that attempt to collect sensitive information or spread malicious Note - this malware actually changes the value data of the "(Default)" key in HKLM\Run in order to force Windows to launch it at boot. Services are not included - see below. The version at Pacman's Portal will, however, continue to be updated and it's recommended that you refer to that site for more up to date information.

For further information on random startup entries please visit the Startups Info page. The name field in MSConfig may be blankNo(Default)Xwinligom.exeAdded by the RBOT-GAI WORM! Services are not included - see below. The trojan disables the DCOM service as part of its infection routine.  All users are advised to disable DCOM and leave the service disabled as a recommended best practice.

The name field in MSConfig may be blankNo(default)XWINLOGON.EXEAdded by the DELF-LP TROJAN! This is the original startup programs (as opposed to processes/tasks) list - one of the most accurate and comprehensive. The name field in MSConfig may be blankNo(default)Xwinlog.exeAdded by the RBOT-CVY WORM! For further information on random startup entries please visit the Startups Info page.

When executed, the trojan modifies the system registry to ensure that it executes each time Windows starts and to disable remote connections that use DCOM.  On Windows 2000 or XP systems, the trojan runs as Note - this malware actually changes the value data of the "(Default)" key in HKLM\Run and HKLM\RunServices in order to force Windows to launch it at boot. Note - this malware actually changes the value data of the "(Default)" key in HKCU\Run, HKLM\Run and HKLM\RunServices in order to force Windows to launch it at boot. Note - this malware actually changes the value data of the "(Default)" key in HKLM\Run in order to force Windows to launch it at boot.

Note - this malware actually changes the value data of the "(default)" key in HKCU\Policies\Explorer\Run in order to force Windows to launch it at boot. YOUR USE OF THE INFORMATION ON THE DOCUMENT OR MATERIALS LINKED FROM THE DOCUMENT IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. WER captures software crash and hang data from end-users who agree to Startup Applications ListUnfortunately, due to a change in my circumstances, the startup programs database here at Sysinfo.org will no For further information on this and how to identify and disable startup programs you may want to also visit this page.

Users are advised to disable DCOM and leave the service disabled. Few incidents of this trojan and its variants have been reported in the wild.SafeguardsUpdate antivirus software and virus definitions to detect and eliminate this trojan. Home Skip to content Skip to footer Worldwide [change] Welcome, Account Log Out My Cisco Cisco.com Worldwide Home Products & Services (menu) Support (menu) How

Last update :- 29th July, 201124133 items listed "Status" key: "Y" - Normally leave to run at start-up "N" - Not required or not recommended - typically infrequently used tasks that

For further information on this and how to identify and disable startup programs you may want to also visit this page. The database is mirrored in a slightly different format at Pacman's Portal. "Name or Startup Item" in the table below refers to how an entry is displayed in MSConfig, Windows Defender