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It downloads Trj/Leword.A to the computer, creates a task in order to be run everyday at a certain hour and starts the computer when it detects certain text strings in the Windows title. It reaches the computer in a file that has the icon of a Word document.
|First detected on:||Sept. 1, 2007|
|Detection updated on:||Sept. 4, 2007|
Lina.D is a Trojan that downloads Trj/Leword.A to the affected computer. This Trojan attempts to connect to certain websites, from which malicious actions can be carried out, such as downloading malware.
Additionally, it carries out several annoying actions such as being run everyday at a certain hour or starting the computer when it detects certain text strings in the Windows title of the windows that are opened.
Lina.D reaches the computer in a file that has the icon of a Word document. However, it does not spread automatically using its own means.
Lina.D is easy to recognize once it has affected the computer, as it displays the following symptoms:
- It reaches the computer in a file that has the icon of a Word document, in order to pass itself off as an inoffensive file and deceive users:
- When it is run, it opens a Word document like the following: