Unless it's outside the system32 folder, it's harmless. The cause was due to bad security (admin ID and passwords), and firewall, and possibly a backdoor. Effected systems: - Windows 2000, XP (same port, 445, but not tested yet). list all active processes3. Description: Taskmngr.exe is not essential for Windows and will often cause problems.
Mostly likely it scanned the subnet and file servers that were connected to the compromised system at that time. This file loads the component, explorer.exe, when executed. It scans for 25 IP's and then start running "GG.BAT". It looked for vulnerability in weak administrator id and passwords on the local Windows 2000 systems. +++++++++++++++++++++ One of my clients also got infected with ocxdll.exe virus. http://www.file.net/process/taskmngr.exe.html
b. RBOT.Y Rajesh Subramanian (further information) Summary: Average user rating of taskmngr.exe: based on 2 votes with 2 user comments. 2users think taskmngr.exe is dangerous and recommend removing it. libparse.exe – a non-malicious utility that enables the user to display and terminate running processes. A cursory search on the web revealed that this is not a windows file, and is highly suspicious, especially in said location.
Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Smilies are This file was never used. navdb.dbx - a non-malicious text file that contains a list of words that is used by the modified mIRC application as IRC nicks. It shows you the processes that are currently running on the system.
It's the Windows Task Manager. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. This is reported by several victims in the newbie.org- taskmngr.exe discussion group I participated. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/taskmgr.exe.html rconnect.conf – is a logon script for use with rconnect.exe.
However, it does not change the additional policies that were changed by the worm/Trojan beyond the original set of security policies. Get Ad-Aware software, which is for removing advertising software that web advertisers install on your systems without your acknowledgement while you are surfing on the Web... This will allow you to monitor anyone from trying to use the "Administrator" login. 3. File Location %System% Startup Type This startup entry is started automatically from a Run, RunOnce, RunServices, or RunServicesOnce entry in the registry.
It can still information such as bank account numbers, passwords, and it includes stealing idenity. listavi.txt c. Make sure your firewall is locked down. The original Microsoft analysis was very vague and it got heavily criticized by the public.
It was never used. ++++++++++++ 2. listmpg.txt b. When the taskmgr.exe file is launched, it displays information about the processes and programs running in your system. rcfg.ini – an IRC script file used by the backdoor rconnect.exe – a non-malicious utility that is a fully standards-compliant FTP server implementation.
www\webserv.mrc - an IRC script used by the backdoor. The one in the system folder is the real one. Check it out! Security policies alteration was ONLY for Windows 2000 (and maybe on XP) - Windows NT - might be infected as the "root problem" to spread the trojan, but it will not
However, we can be sure that port 445 is open on many Windows 2000 and XP systems out there, which are not protected, and a lot of people out there are External information from Paul Collins:There are different files with the same name: "Task Manager" definitely not required. DiscoNinja Windows Task Manager (Ctrl + Alt + Delete).
for your newpasswords, and make sure the passwords are NOT similar to the administrator ID in any way.
Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: custom built OS: windows 10 pro x64 stable build CPU: i-5 6500 Motherboard: Asus B150M-K D3 Memory: 2 x 4 gb G-Skill Aegis 1600 Graphics mdm.scr - A list of nickname used by this worm/Trojan when joining into IRC. Damage to your computer's registry could be compromising your PC's performance and causing system slow-downs and crashes. ncp.exe was included in ocxdll.exe.
In the dll32nt.hlp, it has an instruction to do IP scan, and store the 25 IP address it found. On my previous analysis, there is the content of TFTP8675, which was the actual security template that was applied to the security settings. I have heard there is a new variant is out there, and the new name for taskmngr.exe is now TASK32.EXE. (as of 11/13/2002). It has guessable user lists with passwords.
Replace security policy settings using Microsoft security editor (SecEdit.exe/configure) command and reset the security policy to default settings, and replace some additional security settings using the TFT8675 file. You can see it on the bottom of this document. Additional Recommendation 1. Dodgy stuff can also be named this so double check. It trys to assign guest the right to "logon locally".
OCXDLL.EXE is a self-extracting executable containing 17 files. The SID there does NOT mean the trojan created a user. Below are some of the references regarding to this mIRC Virus/Trojan/Malware. Anti-Trojan programs like Anti-Trojan (http://www.anti-Trojan.net), Pest Patrol (http://www.pestpatrol.com), and others to ensure there are NO Trojan/hacker tools on your systems, which are sometimes missed by Anti-virus programs. Besides anti-Trojan software, you
Some of these may or may not be the legitimate versions.Scan for TASKMGR.EXE related errors Recommendation taskmgr.exe should not be disabled, required for essential applications to work properly. If file were there, copy it anyway, and do it quietly. (using psexec.exe -c -f -d) 9. The taskmgr.exe process is the file used to launch Windows Task Manager. Asilly39 Windows certified utility for processes managing.
GG.BAT is the REAL program that started the hacking. 7. However, this time it takes advantage of weak computer systems security and performs a denial of service (DoS) attack. www\htdocs\readme.htm – a non-malicious text file. Other processes wmsncs.exe ramsaverpro.exe nmapp.exe taskmngr.exe ws2ifsl.sys arcadedeluxeagent.exe cpx.exe susrv.exe 5abrstub.dll sofos32x.dll inetd32.exe [all] © file.net 10 years of experience MicrosoftPartner TermsPrivacy
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