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Banker.AGR

Threat LevelModerate threatDamageHighDistributionNot widespread
Common name:Banker.AGR
Technical name:Trj/Banker.AGR
Threat level:Low
Type:Trojan
Subtype: Backdoor
Effects:   It allows to enter and attack the affected computer, and gain remote access to it.
Affected platforms:

Windows 2003/XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95

First detected on:Aug. 1, 2005
Detection updated on:Aug. 1, 2005
StatisticsNo
Proactive protection:
Yes, using TruPrevent Technologies

Brief Description 

    
Banker.AGR is a Trojan with backdoor characteristics.
Banker.AGR allows hackers to get into and attack the affected computer. Hackers can capture screenshots, steal personal data, etc.
Furthermore, due to its backdoor characteristics, Banker.AGR allows hackers to gain remote access to the affected computer. Therefore, hackers will be able to carry out actions that compromise user confidentiality and impede the tasks car-ried out on the computer.

 

It captures certain information entered or saved by the user, with the corresponding threat to privacy: keystrokes, in order to obtain information for accessing online banking services, passwords and other confidential information.

 

Banker.AGR does not spread automatically using its own means. It needs an attacking user's intervention in order to reach the affected computer. The means of transmission used include, among others, floppy disks, CD-ROMs, email messages with attached files, Internet downloads, FTP, IRC channels, peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing networks, etc.