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Possible variant of the Hexa Botnet. Uses different hex string (high nibble first) than Variant 0 and 1.
The malware downloads the source code to be executed from domainnamespace.top/lf.txt, the script checks and updates itself from this file. The backdoor owner can manipulate the behaviour by changing this file. At the time of the SA signature creation this source contains a complete hacker toolset. The access is protected with password for the hacker.
A simple backdoor. Gets the command via COOKIE. If the message is e, runs the base64 encoded code with eval. If the message is i, returns the phpinfo() output. The script is obfuscated with gzinflate and base64_encode. On VirusTotal, runs by the name of Trojan.Agent.
It is a possible variant of the Hexa botnet which uses hex string (high nibble first). The backdoor’s file name is always 8 random characters and the content is especially obfuscated.
It is a possible variant of the Hexa botnet. Uses different hex string (high nibble first) than Variant 0.
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