14 May 2015

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How to check detect and remove Bioazih virus malware

How to  check detect and remove Bioazih virus malware

Malware or Virus Name – Win32/Bioazih
Microsoft Alert level: Severe
As per microsoft website
This threat is also detected as:
1-Trojan/Win32.Npkon (AhnLab)
2-Trojan-Dropper.Win32.Dorifel.xag (Kaspersky)
3-TR/Crypt.CFI.Gen (Avira)
4-W32/Dorifel.XAG!tr (Fortinet)
5-TROJ_DRPBEAT.SMA (Trend Micro)

This malware family can give a malicious hacker access and control of your PC.
These threats can be installed when you open a spam email attachment.
The following can indicate that you have this threat on your PC:
You have these files:
1-%ProgramFiles% \common files\Config.exe
2-%ProgramFiles% \Startup\csrss.exe
3- \dmdskngr.dll
4- \dmserver.dll
5- \dssemh.dll
6-%SystemRoot% \tasks\conime.exe
7-%SystemRoot% \tasks\ctfmon.exe
8- \tdmserver.dll

This threat creates the following files on your PC -
%ProgramFiles% \common files\Config.exe
%ProgramFiles% \Startup\csrss.exe
%SystemRoot% \tasks\conime.exe
%SystemRoot% \tasks\ctfmon.exe

The malware creates a JPG file to disguise itself as an image. this file may get saved with a Russian language name as
%ProgramFiles%\common files\.jpg.
For example, %ProgramFiles%\common files\Бланк_нов.jpg.

When this file is opened, the malware is run.
It installs the following files to %SystemRoot%\temp: ,conime.exe and k.reg 

It changes the following registry entry so that it runs each time you start your PC: In subkey: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
Sets value: "", for example "%SystemRoot%\tasks\conime.exe" With data: "conime.exe"

Microsoft reported that this threat connect to the following remote hosts from TCP port 80:

The malware can then do the following activies
1-Execute remote commands
2-Terminate processes
3-Uninstall itself
4-Create and delete files
5-Download and run files
6-Upload files to a malicious hacker

How to  check and remove the malware virus Win32/Bioazih

Use the following free Microsoft software to detect and remove this threat -

Windows Defender for Windows 8.1or Microsoft Security Essentials for Windows 7 and Windows Vista 

Windows Defender in Windows 8.1 and Microsoft Security Essentials in Windows 7 and Windows Vista help protect your PC from malware and other threats in exactly the same way. You can't use Microsoft Security Essentials with Windows 8.1. 

Before the release of Windows 8.1, Windows Defender was a separate tool for antispyware. This tool is no longer supported, as it is now fully integrated into Microsoft Security Essentials (in Windows 7 and Windows Vista) and Windows Defender (in Windows 8.1).

In other words, you don't need to have both Microsoft Security Essentials and Windows Defender if you're using Windows 7 and Windows Vista.

Download the Microsoft Security Essentials software

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Destination Infinity May 14, 2015  

I need to learn to tweak security settings in my Windows Defender. Thanks for this reminder, I'll do that soon.

Destination Infinity

rudraprayaga May 21, 2015  

Thank you for the info.