I recently noticed "something" hijacking Google search results (on Firefox!) and so I decided to run a scan by Malwarebytes.
Sure enough, it found a
Trojan.Agent with the following information:
Registry Values Infected:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\AsyncMapLite (Trojan.Agent) -> Value: AsyncMapLite -> Data: rundll32.exe "C:\Users\WinWin\AppData\Local\Nativeobjdrv\AsyncMapLite.dll",rasGLLite lanAuthenticationlib
Memory Modules Infected:
Well, I Googled
asyncmaplite and couldn't find anything about it.
So, I suspect the name is totally irrelevant and may be mutating... But since Malwarebytes did find it, there must be some information about it somewhere.
Any idea what type of Trojan this is and how I can find more information about it?
UPDATE (Sep 19): After tracking my system for a while, this Trojan.Agent re-appeared -- with a different name:
iecrtlog. It's clear now that the name is meaningless, as it keeps mutating.
But.. even after MBAM cleanup, it happens to be leaving a "souvenir" in the registry:
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Nativeobjdrv] "gFtOQZs"="TeL90WPbzngPabEduP5DI0" "lgT"=dword:045371ea "hUV"=dword:00004e8d
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\iecrtlog] "mUuwFxgJ"="TeL90WPbzngPabEduP5DI0" "xifo"=dword:0487c61a "imRTPr"=dword:0000526d
Which shows, again, that everything about this Trojan keeps mutating, except for the signature string