At this stage we’ve looked at several features of Hydraq, including its obfuscation techniques and how it remains on an infected system. So, what control does the attacker have over a compromised system?
The ThreatExpert blog on Hydraq provides a comprehensive list of the features of this backdoor. The full article can be found here. The following list summarizes what this backdoor is capable of:
• Adjust token privileges.
• Check status of, control, and end processes and services.
• Download a remote file, save it as %Temp%\mdm.exe, and then execute it.
• Create, modify, and delete registry subkeys.
• Retrieve a list of logical drives.
• Read, write, execute, copy, change...