AZORult can steal banking
information including passwords and credit card details as well as
cryptocurrency. This constantly updated information stealer malware
should not be taken lightly, as it continues to be an active threat.
1 January, 2016
16 January, 2020
Also known as
The Trojan-PSW.Win32.Azorult is considered dangerous by lots of security experts.
HTTP traffic contains suspicious features which may be indicative of malware related traffic
Performs some HTTP requests
Unconventionial language used in binary resources: Farsi
The binary likely contains encrypted or compressed data.
Collects information to fingerprint the system
Anomalous binary characteristics
How to determine Trojan-PSW.Win32.Azorult?
crc32: F7C07C00 md5: a2e85c38491fd50c51557cd99748edab name: him.exe sha1: 52f3710027b010d418ebd232f0674f88ab5107f6 sha256: 51723411106486dba27a08d0ac93308bb4722e07ee87be574821e8d370699e2a sha512: 7cc8b75799bd6ae1e1dac56260736b3d52a18168dad76ac82e1c1c0183d603c3118075e021539232f36351301dc01e552d1f77c5031e4ede08d6330e2fe1ce1e ssdeep: 3072:HqUbL9xr60GRV8L1ogVxnyXeM1HpkAlF5U8nIQ/F7ZHWAAfnH:nbL9x+WL13V97upCSIQ7ufH type: PE32 executable (GUI) Intel 80386, for MS Windows
You are currently viewing the URLhaus database entry for http://khaliddib398.xyz/him.exe
which is being or has been used to serve malware. Please consider that
URLhaus does not differentiate between websites that have been
compromised by hackers and such that has been setup by cybercriminals
for the sole purpose of serving malware.
AZORult/RacoonStealer can steal banking information including passwords and credit card details as well as cryptocurrency. This constantly updated information stealer malware should not be taken lightly, as it continues to be an active threat.
Raccoon is an info...
Predator the Thief is an information stealer, meaning that it is a malware that steals data from infected systems. This virus can access the camera and spy on victims, steal passwords and login information as well as retrieve payment data from cryptocurrency wallet...