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SHA256: fe0dae46f5d126e8bcf584feb53247e1e317cd4920c6b368e34a8c6f4785c20d
File name: svrwsc.exe
Detection ratio: 2 / 42
Analysis date: 2010-10-20 12:38:22 UTC ( 4 years, 7 months ago ) View latest
Antivirus Result Update
DrWeb BackDoor.Poison.685 20101020
McAfee-GW-Edition Heuristic.BehavesLike.Win32.Downloader.D 20101020
AVG 20101020
AhnLab-V3 20101020
AntiVir 20101020
Antiy-AVL 20101020
Authentium 20101020
Avast 20101020
Avast5 20101020
BitDefender 20101020
CAT-QuickHeal 20101020
ClamAV 20101020
Comodo 20101020
Emsisoft 20101020
F-Prot 20101019
F-Secure 20101020
Fortinet 20101020
GData 20101020
Ikarus 20101020
Jiangmin 20101020
K7AntiVirus 20101019
Kaspersky 20101020
McAfee 20101020
Microsoft 20101020
NOD32 20101020
Norman 20101020
PCTools 20101020
Panda 20101020
Prevx 20101020
Rising 20101020
SUPERAntiSpyware 20101020
Sophos 20101020
Sunbelt 20101020
Symantec 20101020
TheHacker 20101020
TrendMicro 20101020
TrendMicro-HouseCall 20101020
ViRobot 20101020
VirusBuster 20101020
eSafe 20101019
eTrust-Vet 20101020
nProtect 20101020
The file being studied is a Portable Executable file! More specifically, it is a Win32 EXE file for the Windows GUI subsystem.
Developer metadata
Publisher
Product Project1
Original name Project1.exe
Internal name Project1
File version 1.00
Comments
Packers identified
F-PROT UPX
PEiD UPX 2.90 [LZMA] -> Markus Oberhumer, Laszlo Molnar & John Reiser
PE header basic information
Target machine Intel 386 or later processors and compatible processors
Compilation timestamp 2010-07-01 22:07:31
Link date 11:07 PM 7/1/2010
Entry Point 0x0000E6F0
Number of sections 3
PE sections
PE imports
LoadLibraryA
ExitProcess
GetProcAddress
Ord(617)
Number of PE resources by type
RT_ICON 1
RT_VERSION 1
RT_GROUP_ICON 1
Number of PE resources by language
NEUTRAL 2
ENGLISH US 1
ExifTool file metadata
UninitializedDataSize
40960

LinkerVersion
6.0

ImageVersion
1.0

FileSubtype
0

FileVersionNumber
1.0.0.0

LanguageCode
English (U.S.)

FileFlagsMask
0x0000

CharacterSet
Unicode

InitializedDataSize
8192

EntryPoint
0xe6f0

OriginalFileName
Project1.exe

MIMEType
application/octet-stream

FileVersion
1.0

TimeStamp
2010:07:01 23:07:31+01:00

FileType
Win32 EXE

PEType
PE32

InternalName
Project1

ProductVersion
1.0

SubsystemVersion
4.0

OSVersion
4.0

FileOS
Win32

Subsystem
Windows GUI

MachineType
Intel 386 or later, and compatibles

CodeSize
16384

ProductName
Project1

ProductVersionNumber
1.0.0.0

FileTypeExtension
exe

ObjectFileType
Executable application

File identification
MD5 557597074df3d3ce0e1674285ef19732
SHA1 ec2856823201125ab90a3ae38ef925b0d06c2056
SHA256 fe0dae46f5d126e8bcf584feb53247e1e317cd4920c6b368e34a8c6f4785c20d
ssdeep
1536:3nSCdqyPhyIF5wE8TixMB9hBjXoy+wsU6R1DS7:3SCdqyPhamUALS7

authentihash 84757ebd87c421cd9672dc62a7627080a148bea6d15302a7845ef492834d1b38
imphash 9ac239abeaba6528b1495017c059b0f3
File size 70.0 KB ( 71680 bytes )
File type Win32 EXE
Magic literal
PE32 executable for MS Windows (GUI) Intel 80386 32-bit

TrID UPX compressed Win32 Executable (42.3%)
Win32 EXE Yoda's Crypter (36.7%)
Win32 Dynamic Link Library (generic) (9.1%)
Win32 Executable (generic) (6.2%)
Generic Win/DOS Executable (2.7%)
Tags
peexe upx

VirusTotal metadata
First submission 2010-10-19 21:33:54 UTC ( 4 years, 7 months ago )
Last submission 2015-06-02 09:02:25 UTC ( 18 hours, 35 minutes ago )
File names Project1.exe
Project1
Advanced heuristic and reputation engines
ClamAV PUA
Possibly Unwanted Application. While not necessarily malicious, the scanned file presents certain characteristics which depending on the user policies and environment may or may not represent a threat. For full details see: http://www.clamav.net/doc/pua.html .

Symantec reputation Suspicious.Insight
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Condensed report! The following is a condensed report of the behaviour of the file when executed in a controlled environment. The actions and events described were either performed by the file itself or by any other process launched by the executed file or subjected to code injection by the executed file.
Opened files
Hooking activity
Runtime DLLs
Additional details
The file sends control codes directly to certain device drivers making use of the DeviceIoControl Windows API function.
The file installs an application-defined hook procedure into a hook chain. You would install a hook procedure to monitor the system for certain types of events. These events are associated either with a specific thread or with all threads in the same desktop as the calling thread. This is done making use of the SetWindowsHook Windows API function.