cxp_pro165.exe

The program is a setup application that uses the NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System) installer. The file has been seen being downloaded from lb.cdn.m6web.fr and multiple other hosts.
MD5:
af0e4baa8782ed95e9be63a12303916d

SHA-1:
373f41f4f5fd54e8741a394bd797c6b8e829d46e

SHA-256:
997750df70fc59be8867e5929824035ff4de68de72f10697182127d3be272662

Scanner detections:
0 / 68

Status:
Clean (as of last analysis)

Analysis date:
5/22/2018 9:25:47 PM UTC  (today)

File size:
2.9 MB (3,086,738 bytes)

File type:
Executable application (Win32 EXE)

Installer:
NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System)

File PE Metadata
Compilation timestamp:
3/16/2003 6:41:08 PM

OS version:
4.0

OS bitness:
Win32

Subsystem:
Windows GUI

Linker version:
6.0

CTPH (ssdeep):
49152:zW3hkNkNsWBplEmaD3G1aSuUl+rgfOrVILtt9nwgGOSQlCw1eh9+AyKw7DCW2BC3:zWRikOW76majG1aSuUFY2LtnnwgTd1eu

Entry address:
0x4046

Entry point:
83, EC, 0C, 53, 55, 56, 57, FF, 15, C0, 70, 40, 00, 8B, 35, 90, 92, 40, 00, 05, E8, 03, 00, 00, 89, 44, 24, 14, B3, 20, FF, 15, 2C, 70, 40, 00, BF, 00, 04, 00, 00, 68, 60, BF, 42, 00, 57, FF, 15, 5C, 71, 40, 00, 57, FF, 15, B8, 70, 40, 00, 50, FF, 35, 90, 92, 40, 00, FF, 15, B4, 70, 40, 00, 80, 3E, 22, 75, 04, 80, C3, 02, 46, 8B, 2D, 14, 72, 40, 00, EB, 09, 3A, C3, 74, 0B, 56, FF, D5, 8B, F0, 8A, 06, 84, C0, 75, F1, 56, FF, D5, 8B, D8, 89, 5C, 24, 18, EB, 05, 53, FF, D5, 8B, D8, 80, 3B, 20, 74, F6, 80, 3B...
 
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Packer / compiler:
Nullsoft Install System v2.0b2, v2.0b3

Code size:
23.5 KB (24,064 bytes)

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The file cxp_pro165.exe has been seen being distributed by the following 10 URLs.

http://lb.cdn.m6web.fr/d/c/a/41396b0f8590f06e4b4afdc56e3e6b33/58966232/longtail/0062/.../cxp_pro165.exe

http://es.kioskea.net/download/.../download-135-

http://www.universalcovers.it/.../coverXp_pro165.exe

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