WHAT REALLY IS AUTOKMS

ALIASES:

HackTool:Win32/Gendows , HackTool:Win32/Gendows (Microsoft); Generic.epe (McAfee); HackTool.Win32.KMSAuto.i (Kaspersky); Mal/Generic-L (Sophos)


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This Potentially Unwanted Application arrives on a system as a file dropped by other malware or as a file downloaded unknowingly by users when visiting malicious sites.


Arrival Details

This Potentially Unwanted Application arrives on a system as a file dropped by other malware or as a file downloaded unknowingly by users when visiting malicious sites.

Installation

This Potentially Unwanted Application adds the following processes: %User Temp%\674A.tmp\run.cmd attrib +h +s /smakecab /d RptFileName="%User Temp%\~.rpt" /d InfFileName="%User Temp%\~.inf" -f "%User Temp%\~.ddf"%System%\cmd.exe /c type "%User Temp%\~.rpt"%User Temp%\674A.tmp\reg.exe REG QUERY "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\14.0"msgbox ~Internal error. Code: 211. No installed Office 2010 products. ~mini-KMS Auto Activation Tool~16(Note: %User Temp% is the current user"s Temp folder, which is usually C:\Documents and Settings\{user name}\Local Settings\Temp on Windows 2000(32-bit), XP, and Server 2003(32-bit), or C:\Users\{user name}\AppData\Local\Temp on Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 2008(64-bit), 2012(64-bit) and 10(64-bit).. %System% is the Windows system folder, where it usually is C:\Windows\System32 on all Windows operating system versions.)

It creates the following folders: %System Root%\Users%User Profile%\AppData(Note: %System Root% is the Windows root folder, where it usually is C:\ on all Windows operating system versions.. %User Profile% is the current user"s profile folder, which is usually C:\Documents and Settings\{user name} on Windows 2000(32-bit), XP, and Server 2003(32-bit), or C:\Users\{user name} on Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 2008(64-bit), 2012(64-bit) and 10(64-bit).)

Dropping Routine

This Potentially Unwanted Application drops the following files: %User Temp%\674A.tmp\ospprearm.exe%User Temp%\inf_1048_2%User Temp%\674A.tmp\run.cmd%User Temp%\674A.tmp\aaoup.exe%User Temp%\674A.tmp\clip.exe%User Temp%\674A.tmp\reg.exe%User Temp%\674A.tmp\msgbox.exe%User Temp%\inf_1048_4%User Temp%\inf_1048_3%User Temp%\674A.tmp\KMService.exe%User Temp%\674A.tmp\osppc.dll%User Temp%\aaovl.log%User Temp%\674A.tmp\ospp.vbs%User Temp%\674A.tmp\clear.cmd(Note: %User Temp% is the current user"s Temp folder, which is usually C:\Documents and Settings\{user name}\Local Settings\Temp on Windows 2000(32-bit), XP, and Server 2003(32-bit), or C:\Users\{user name}\AppData\Local\Temp on Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 2008(64-bit), 2012(64-bit) and 10(64-bit).)

This report is generated via an automated analysis system.


To terminate the malware/grayware/spyware process:

Scan your computer with your Trend Micro product and take note of the name of the malware/grayware/spyware detected. Open Windows Task Manager. To do this, press CTRL+SHIFT+ESC. View the list of all running programs. To do this: • For Windows 7 and Server 2008 (R2) users, click the Processes tab. • For Windows 8, 8.1, 10, and Server 2012 (R2) users, click the Details tab. In the list of running programs, locate a malware/grayware/spyware file detected earlier. Select the detected files, then press either the End Task or the End Process button, depending on the version of Windows you are using. Do the same for the remaining detected malware/grayware/spyware files in the list of running programs. To check if the malware/grayware/spyware process has been terminated, close Task Manager, and then open it again. Close Task Manager.
There may be some components that are hidden. Please make sure you check the Search Hidden Files and Folders checkbox in the "More advanced options" option to include all hidden files and folders in the search result. %User Temp%\674A.tmp\ospprearm.exe%User Temp%\inf_1048_2%User Temp%\674A.tmp\run.cmd%User Temp%\674A.tmp\aaoup.exe%User Temp%\674A.tmp\clip.exe%User Temp%\674A.tmp\reg.exe%User Temp%\674A.tmp\msgbox.exe%User Temp%\inf_1048_4%User Temp%\inf_1048_3%User Temp%\674A.tmp\KMService.exe%User Temp%\674A.tmp\osppc.dll%User Temp%\aaovl.log%User Temp%\674A.tmp\ospp.vbs%User Temp%\674A.tmp\clear.cmd
To manually delete a malware/grayware file from an affected system:

•For Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 (R2), Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, and Windows Server 2012 (R2):

Open a Windows Explorer window.For Windows 7 and Server 2008 (R2) users, click Start>Computer. For Windows 8, 8.1, 10, and Server 2012 (R2) users, right-click on the lower-left corner of the screen,then click File Explorer. In the Search Computer/This PC input box, type: %User Temp%\674A.tmp\ospprearm.exe%User Temp%\inf_1048_2%User Temp%\674A.tmp\run.cmd%User Temp%\674A.tmp\aaoup.exe%User Temp%\674A.tmp\clip.exe%User Temp%\674A.tmp\reg.exe%User Temp%\674A.tmp\msgbox.exe%User Temp%\inf_1048_4%User Temp%\inf_1048_3%User Temp%\674A.tmp\KMService.exe%User Temp%\674A.tmp\osppc.dll%User Temp%\aaovl.log%User Temp%\674A.tmp\ospp.vbs%User Temp%\674A.tmp\clear.cmd
To delete malware/grayware/spyware folders:

For Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 (R2), Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, and Windows Server 2012 (R2):

Open a Windows Explorer window.For Windows 7 and Server 2008 (R2) users, click Start>Computer. For Windows 8, 8.1, 10, and Server 2012 (R2) users, right-click on the lower-left corner of the screen,then click File Explorer. In the Search Computer/This PC input box, type: %System Root%\Users%User Profile%\AppData Once located, select the file then press SHIFT+DELETE to permanently delete the folder. Repeat steps 2-3 for the remaining folders: %System Root%\Users
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