uninstaller.exe

The program is a setup application that uses the NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System) installer. This is the uninstaller utility registered in the Windows Control Panel for the program PC Data App.
MD5:
f2774b31a3688de99354a963c10571db

SHA-1:
d2d242c66b1b043dc369fa290dbca45a4db8d18c

SHA-256:
6f6988d23ee69318dbaaf4aa4e3d40810429a7cd454cbe44d10421856675dd6b

Scanner detections:
0 / 68

Status:
Clean (as of last analysis)

Analysis date:
4/7/2014 6:23:29 PM UTC  (four months ago)

File size:
85.8 KB (87,910 bytes)

File type:
Executable application (Win32 EXE)

Installer:
NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System)

Common path:
C:\Program Files\pcdapp\uninstaller.exe

File PE Metadata
Compilation timestamp:
12/6/2009 12:50:52 AM

OS version:
4.0

OS bitness:
Win32

Subsystem:
Windows GUI

Linker version:
6.0

CTPH (ssdeep):
1536:kpgpHzb9dZVX9fHMvG0D3XJbEef2ielVGr+8LqFXoDXaLEYdVN25+QB:SgXdZt9P6D3XJdOieqruV4sNzQB

Entry address:
0x30FA

Entry point:
81, EC, 80, 01, 00, 00, 53, 55, 56, 33, DB, 57, 89, 5C, 24, 18, C7, 44, 24, 10, 60, 91, 40, 00, 33, F6, C6, 44, 24, 14, 20, FF, 15, 30, 70, 40, 00, 68, 01, 80, 00, 00, FF, 15, B0, 70, 40, 00, 53, FF, 15, 7C, 72, 40, 00, 6A, 08, A3, 18, EC, 42, 00, E8, F1, 2B, 00, 00, A3, 64, EB, 42, 00, 53, 8D, 44, 24, 34, 68, 60, 01, 00, 00, 50, 53, 68, 98, 8F, 42, 00, FF, 15, 58, 71, 40, 00, 68, 54, 91, 40, 00, 68, 60, E3, 42, 00, E8, A4, 28, 00, 00, FF, 15, AC, 70, 40, 00, BF, 00, 40, 43, 00, 50, 57, E8, 92, 28, 00, 00...
 
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Entropy:
7.6087

Packer / compiler:
Nullsoft install system v2.x

Code size:
23.5 KB (24,064 bytes)

Program Uninstaller
Program name:
PC Data App

Uninstall string:
"C:\Program Files\PCDApp\uninstaller.exe"


The file uninstaller.exe has been discovered within the following program.

PC Data App  by Adware.BitCoinMiner
The software is a Trojan Bitcoin miner that utilizes the open source CGMiner utility. The Trojan Bitcoin miner is an invasive multiple component malware infection. This is a potentially unwanted program that installs malware on the user's PC using the file start.
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