Webber.P is a backdoor that allows to gain remote control over the affected computer through the TCP port 23232, in order to carry out actions that would compromise users confidentiality, or even impede normal work.
In addition, Webber.P opens two TCP ports, in order to make the affected computer act as a proxy server.
This backdoor sends confidential information to different web sites, as well as data stored in the cache of the browser Internet Explorer.
Webber.P logs confidential information, such as the user name and the name of the affected computer, in a file.
That exploit, thanks to a vulnerability in Internet Explorer, allows Webber.P to be downloaded and run in the computer, without users consent.