AlexMessoMalex Trojan b2.2 is also known as Backdoor Program.LC [Panda], Backdoor.VB.cx [Kaspersky], Backdoor/VB.cx [Computer Associates], Bck/V
| Type: Remote Administration Tools
Created by an Italian hacker Alex Messo Malex. The programming language is Visual Basic.This is a RAT spyware, designed for getting unauthorized access to other people's computers. The hacker infects the victim's machine with a "server" program, which allows him to control the PC remotely via a "client" on his computer. This is a newer version of the virus. It has such functions as "trojan" and "backdoor" included, and that makes the risk of infection even higher. The origination date is December 2001.
AlexMessoMalex Trojan b2.2 properties: • Allows remote user connection • Hides from the user • Stays resident in background
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