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Spyware.SpyOnePro

Spyware.SpyOnePro

Updated:
November 05, 2012
Infection Length:
983,040 bytes
Name:
SpyOne Pro
Version:
3.0
Publisher:
Spyone Software
Risk Impact:
Medium
Systems Affected:
Windows

Behavior

Spyware.SpyOnePro is a spyware program that records various information of user activity on the computer.

Antivirus Protection Dates

  • Initial Rapid Release version October 02, 2014 revision 022
  • Latest Rapid Release version October 02, 2014 revision 022
  • Initial Daily Certified version October 31, 2011 revision 002
  • Latest Daily Certified version October 31, 2011 revision 002
  • Initial Weekly Certified release date November 02, 2011
Click here for a more detailed description of Rapid Release and Daily Certified virus definitions.
This program must be manually installed.

When the program runs, it creates the following files:
  • %System%\MSINET.OCX
  • %System%\RMListView.ocx
  • %System%\Screenso.dll
  • %System%\sopdir\PClocal\iData\Content\
  • %System%\sopdir\services.exe
  • %System%\sopdir\Sodef.dat
  • %System%\sopdir\unins000.dat
  • %System%\sopdir\unins000.exe
  • %Windir%\back.jpg
  • %Windir%\logo.jpg
  • %Windir%\Msn_Messenger.ico
  • %Windir%\sepdot.jpg
  • %Windir%\toplogo.jpg

It then creates the following registry entries so that it runs every time Windows starts:
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\"sservices"= "%System%\sopdir\services.exe"
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\"sservices" = "%System%\sopdir\services.exe"

It also creates the following registry entry:
HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-1902728147-1046964069-397153477-500\Software\Spyone\Spyone Pro\ "Uninstall" = "%System%\sopdir\unins000.exe"

The program hides its presence from users and records the following information in the %System%\sopdir\PClocal\iData\Content folder:
  • Screenshots
  • MSN Messenger conversations
  • Keystrokes
  • Websites visited
  • Web searches
  • Orkut visits
  • Programs executed
  • Files accessed
  • Clipboard logs
You may have arrived at this page either because you have been alerted by your Symantec product about this risk, or you are concerned that your computer has been affected by this risk.

Before proceeding further we recommend that you run a full system scan . If that does not resolve the problem you can try one of the options available below.



FOR NORTON USERS
If you are a Norton product user, we recommend you try the following resources to remove this risk.

Removal Tool

If you have an infected Windows system file, you may need to replace it using the Windows installation CD .


How to reduce the risk of infection
The following resources provide further information and best practices to help reduce the risk of infection.


FOR BUSINESS USERS
If you are a Symantec business product user, we recommend you try the following resources to remove this risk.

Identifying and submitting suspect files
Submitting suspicious files to Symantec allows us to ensure that our protection capabilities keep up with the ever-changing threat landscape. Submitted files are analyzed by Symantec Security Response and, where necessary, updated definitions are immediately distributed through LiveUpdate™ to all Symantec end points. This ensures that other computers nearby are protected from attack. The following resources may help in identifying suspicious files for submission to Symantec.


Removal Tool

If you have an infected Windows system file, you may need to replace it using the Windows installation CD .


How to reduce the risk of infection
The following resource provides further information and best practices to help reduce the risk of infection.
Protecting your business network



MANUAL REMOVAL
The following instructions pertain to all current Symantec antivirus products.

1. Performing a full system scan
How to run a full system scan using your Symantec product


2. Restoring settings in the registry
Many risks make modifications to the registry, which could impact the functionality or performance of the compromised computer. While many of these modifications can be restored through various Windows components, it may be necessary to edit the registry. See in the Technical Details of this writeup for information about which registry keys were created or modified. Delete registry subkeys and entries created by the risk and return all modified registry entries to their previous values.