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ctin10.exe

Manual removal instructions:

ctin10.exe
PWSteal.Bancos.E.
Is a Trojan horse that imitates the online interfaces of certain Brazilian banks to try to steal account information.
It is a minor variant of PWSteal.Bancos.D.
Also known as PWSteal.Bancos, PWSteal.Bancos.B, PWSteal.Bancos.C, PWSteal.Bancos.D

Copies itself as itself to the %System%\Ctin10.exe.

Adds the value:
"CTin10"="%System%\CTin10.exe"
to the registry keys:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunServices
so that the Trojan runs when you start Windows.

If the file C:\BancoBrasil\officeIE\officeIE.CAB exists, the Trojan will move it to C:\officeIE.CAB.

Monitors the active Internet Explorer windows, waiting for you to open a Web page that matches the characteristics of certain banking sites.
Such as:
https:/ /www2.bancobrasil.com.br/aapf/aai/principal
https:/ /bankline.itau.com.br/GRIPNET/Montamenu.exe
https:/ /internetcaixa.caixa.gov.br/NASApp/SIIBC/Login_ok.processa
https:/ /wwwss.bradesco.com.br/scripts/ib2k1.dll/LOGINCHK#top

When such a site is opened, the Trojan displays one of several login screens, which are selected according to the URL.
The information entered on these screens may then be emailed to another computer.

Manual removal:
Navigate to the keys:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunServices
and delete the value:
"CTin10"="%System%\CTin10.exe"

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