Win32.Acidhead is a backdoor Trojan with remote administration tool (RAT) capabilities. This means that once the Trojan opens up a backdoor, the Trojan will install a remote administration tool, which gives unauthorized access to a remote user. It runs in the background without the user’s knowledge. The attacker can access files, send e-mails, install programs, and anything else the attacker chooses to do.
Backdoor.Win32.Acidhead.10 (Kaspersky Lab) is also known as: Backdoor.Acidhead.10 (Kaspersky Lab), BackDoor-AHL (McAfee), Backdoor.Trojan.Client (Symantec), BackDoor.AcidHead.10 (Doctor Web), Troj/Bdoor-AHL, Backdoor:Win32/Acidhead.1_0 (RAV), BKDR_ACIDHEAD.10 (Trend Micro), BDC/Acidhead.10 (H+BEDV), Win32:Trojan-gen. (ALWIL), BackDoor.Acidhead, Backdoor.Acidhead.1.0, Trojan.AcidHead.Client, Backdoor Program, Win32/Acidhead.10
Random File Names
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