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It allows files and Windows Registry entries to be hidden, obtains confidential information about the user, such as passwords, and sends the data to its author. It reaches the computer installed by Bck/Haxdoor.NJ.
|First detected on:||Oct. 10, 2006|
|Detection updated on:||Oct. 10, 2006|
Haxdoor.NJ is a rootkit that allows files and Windows Registry entries to be hidden. This way, even when a user looks for these items on a computer, they won't be able to see them.
Additionally, it injects itself into the Windows Explorer process explorer.exe and Internet Explorer process iexplore.exe in order to activate itself whenever they are run
The backdoor detected as Haxdoor.NJ uses this rootkit in order to obtain confidential information about the user, such as passwords.