Detect Date 06/28/2016
Class Trojan
Platform Win32

Trojan.Win32.Neurevt is a multifunctional Trojan written in C++. Also known as Betabot.

The Trojan uses rootkit technology to hide its presence in the operating system, injects code into all running processes, blocks some anti-virus software, and can spread via USB flash drives. The Trojan can also monitor and block installation of other common Trojans, perform DDoS attacks, intercept and spoof user traffic, grab passwords from applications using FTP, POP3, and SSH, spoof DNS requests, find and send files of interest on the computer to the cybercriminal, and create a SOCKS proxy server.

Top 10 countries with most attacked users (% of total attacks)

Country % of users attacked worldwide*
1 Russian Federation 22.44
2 Taiwan 6.89
3 United Arab Emirates 6.16
4 Turkey 5.32
5 India 4.35
6 Germany 4.02
7 Iran 3.08
8 Algeria 2.91
9 Brazil 2.75
10 Hong Kong 2.53

* Percentage among all unique Kaspersky users worldwide who were attacked by this malware

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