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|Effects: ||Its main aim is to take control of the affected computer and allow other users to control it. |
|First detected on:||July 21, 2002|
|Detection updated on:||Feb. 23, 2005|
|Yes, using TruPrevent Technologies
Lithium.102 is a backdoor type Trojan that goes memory resident. Its main aim is to open a communications port, such as TCP 31416.
By doing this, it allows a hacker to gain remote access to the resources on the affected computer and to the system in general.
Lithium.102 does not use any specific means to spread. It can reach computers through the usual means used by viruses: floppy disks, CD-ROMs, e-mail, FTP, etc.
Lithium.102 is difficult to recognize, as it does not display any warnings or messages that indicate that it has infected a computer.