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|Effects: ||It allows hackers to carry out numerous actions on the affected computer.|
|Detection updated on:||Sept. 5, 2002|
DonaldDick.152 is a Trojan that consists of two parts or programs: the Client and the Server. The server is installed on the victim computer. This program carries all necessary actions so as to allow malicious users to gain remote access to the victim computer.
DonaldDick.152 works on Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows NT systems and is capable of using the SPX and TCP communication protocols. Moreover, it can use two communications ports for each of the protocols.
The client is a graphic interface that sends out its service requests to the server. The client program is handled by a hacker that will attempt to gain remote access to the affected system.
The client can perform the following actions on the affected computer: it manipulates files and directories (it creates, deletes, renames and downloads files), disables and changes priorities of existing processes, it alters passwords as well as the system datestamp, it captures screenshots of windows currently open, it obtains the keystrokes whenever a password is entered (even if this password is protected with an edition mask), it switches the monitor on/off, opens and closes the CD-ROM tray, restarts the system,...etc.