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Monitoring.Employee-Monitoring.3 Analysis Report
Threat Submitted On: 7/13/2008 10:19:57 AM
Threat Analysed On: 7/13/2008 3:19:57 PM
Threat Updated On: 1/28/2011 12:15:10 AM
Type : Monitoring
Symptoms of Employee-Monitoring.3
  • Capture the activities performed by the user on a system
  • Captured information is sent to the intruder.
  • The intruder can access the compromised machine at real-time.
Alias : Monitoring.Employee-Monitoring.3.1
Md5 Hash : [d8fb9bd365ba7122eedfb3747ebe03a8]
File Size : (824592 bytes)

Technical Details

Here are the Technical findings of our analysis team after analyzing this malware in detail :-

Creates the following infected Files on user's System
Delete the following Files to remove Infection
File: employee monitoring.exe
Path : %programfiles%\employee monitoring

Md5Hash :94a937b064db5e873871cb6640540204 ( 917504 bytes)
File: unins000.exe
Path : %programfiles%\employee monitoring

Md5Hash :4430cc72b3a69e91f42043950461fbd1 ( 71588 bytes)
File: [randomname].exe
Path : %workingdir%

Md5Hash :d8fb9bd365ba7122eedfb3747ebe03a8 ( 824592 bytes)
Creates the following child process(s) on execution:

%systemdrive%\docume~1\cwsand~1\locals~1\temp\ins1.tmp /sl3 $301b4 %workingdir%\employee-monitoring-09-03-03freeware.exe 816742 820156 61952

%programfiles%\employee monitoring\employee monitoring.exe

Creates the Following MUTEX(s) on user's System:-
Moves the Following Files to Given Location :-
Moves :%programfiles%\employee monitoring\is-kfscs.tmp
To : %programfiles%\employee monitoring\unins000.exe
Moves :%programfiles%\employee monitoring\is-tk1ob.tmp
To : %programfiles%\employee monitoring\employee monitoring.exe
Moves :%programfiles%\employee monitoring\is-kjfpu.tmp
To : %programfiles%\employee monitoring\dpcore.dll


1. %programfiles% Refers to the program files folder. By default it is 'C:\Program Files'
2. %workingdir% Refers to the current directory in which user is working.

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