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It allows to get into the affected computer.
It does not spread automatically using its own means.
|First detected on:||April 4, 2001|
|Detection updated on:||Oct. 15, 2003|
BCK/G_Door.C is a Backdoor Trojan. Therefore, it consists of two programs: One (the server) installs itself on the affected computer, whereas the other (the client) installs itself on the attacking computer. Upon running, the Trojan carries out the necessary actions to ensure its execution every time the computer is started or an EXE file is executed. The server program is a Windows PE file, with a size of 266891 bytes.
The Trojan copies itself twice to the C:\windows\system directory, with the names KERNEL32.EXE and SYSEXPLR.EXE.
BCK/G_Door.C allows hackers to gain remote access to the targeted computer.