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  • cscript.exe Binary Code Analysis - File Md5: c7e25fb87e49e966a090ff9093ae3298
    File hash value: c7e25fb87e49e966a090ff9093ae3298. This is a 32-bit EXE file, and the file size is 151 K. This page is mainly to analyze the binary code of the file, that is, PE file format. To understand the content here, you need to have a certain computer expertise. The content of this page is mainly provided to people who are engaged in the maintenance of computer security in the industry, in the hope of contributing to the cause of computer security.

    If you are a regular computer user, and do not understand the content, you can click on the following file name, to view the solutions for various problems caused by the file.

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    File Binary Code Analysis:

    DOS Stub
    ...
    .text SECTION #1
    .data SECTION #2
    .rsrc SECTION #3
    .reloc SECTION #4
    rdqdbfl SECTION #5
    DOS Header
  • Type
  • Name
  • Value
  • Memo
  • WORD
  • e_magic
  • 0x00005A4D
  • DOS Sign
  • WORD
  • e_cblp
  • 0x00000090
  • Bytes on last page of file
  • WORD
  • e_cp
  • 0x00000003
  • Pages in file
  • WORD
  • e_crlc
  • 0x00000000
  • Relocations
  • WORD
  • e_cparhdr
  • 0x00000004
  • Size of header in paragraphs
  • WORD
  • e_minalloc
  • 0x00000000
  • Minimum extra paragraphs needed
  • WORD
  • e_maxalloc
  • 0x0000FFFF
  • Maximum extra paragraphs needed
  • WORD
  • e_ss
  • 0x00000000
  • Initial (relative) SS value
  • WORD
  • e_sp
  • 0x000000B8
  • Initial SP value
  • WORD
  • e_csum
  • 0x00000000
  • Checksum
  • WORD
  • e_ip
  • 0x00000000
  • Initial IP value
  • WORD
  • e_cs
  • 0x00000000
  • Initial (relative) CS value
  • WORD
  • e_lfarlc
  • 0x00000040
  • File address of relocation table
  • WORD
  • e_ovno
  • 0x00000000
  • Overlay number
  • WORD
  • e_res[4]
  • [0]=0x00000000
    [1]=0x00000000
    [2]=0x00000000
    [3]=0x00000000
  • Reserved words
  • WORD
  • e_oemid
  • 0x00000000
  • OEM identifier (for e_oeminfo)
  • WORD
  • e_oeminfo
  • 0x00000000
  • OEM information; e_oemid specific
  • WORD
  • e_res2[10]
  • [1]=0x00000000
    [2]=0x00000000
    [3]=0x00000000
    [4]=0x00000000
    [5]=0x00000000
    [6]=0x00000000
    [7]=0x00000000
    [8]=0x00000000
    [9]=0x00000000
    [10]=0x00000000
  • Reserved words
  • WORD
  • e_lfanew
  • 0x000000C0
  • PE File Header address
  • NT HEADER - NT File Signature
  • Type
  • Name
  • Value
  • Memo
  • DWORD
  • Signature
  • 0x00004550
  • PE File Sign: "PE"
  • NT HEADER - FILE HEADER
  • Type
  • Name
  • Value
  • Memo
  • WORD
  • Machine
  • 0x0000014C
  • File Bit (32Bit Or 64 Bit)
  • WORD
  • NumberOfSections
  • 0x00000005
  • Number Of Sections
  • DWORD
  • TimeDateStamp
  • 0x40DC899A
  • File Create Time
  • DWORD
  • PointerToSymbolTable
  • 0x00000000
  • Pointer To Symbol Table
  • DWORD
  • NumberOfSymbols
  • 0x00000000
  • Number Of Symbols
  • WORD
  • SizeOfOptionalHeader
  • 0x000000E0
  • Size Of Optional Header
  • WORD
  • Characteristics
  • 0x00000102
  • File Type: (EXE or DLL)
  • NT HEADER - OPTIONAL HEADER
  • Type
  • Name
  • Value
  • Memo
  • WORD
  • Magic
  • 0x0000010B
  • Magic
  • BYTE
  • MajorLinkerVersion
  • 0x00000009
  • Major Linker Version
  • BYTE
  • MinorLinkerVersion
  • 0x00000000
  • Minor Linker Version
  • DWORD
  • SizeOfCode
  • 0x00015400
  • Size Of Code
  • DWORD
  • SizeOfInitializedData
  • 0x00009800
  • Size Of Initialized Data
  • DWORD
  • SizeOfUninitializedData
  • 0x00000000
  • Size Of Uninitialized Data
  • DWORD
  • AddressOfEntryPoint
  • 0x00027DF4
  • Address Of Entry Point
  • DWORD
  • BaseOfCode
  • 0x00001000
  • Base Of Code
  • DWORD
  • BaseOfData
  • 0x00016000
  • Base Of Data
  • DWORD
  • ImageBase
  • 0x01000000
  • Image Base
  • DWORD
  • SectionAlignment
  • 0x00001000
  • Section Alignment
  • DWORD
  • FileAlignment
  • 0x00000200
  • File Alignment
  • WORD
  • MajorOperatingSystemVersion
  • 0x00000006
  • Major Operating System Version
  • WORD
  • MinorOperatingSystemVersion
  • 0x00000001
  • Minor Operating System Version
  • WORD
  • MajorImageVersion
  • 0x00000006
  • Major Image Version
  • WORD
  • MinorImageVersion
  • 0x00000001
  • Minor Image Version
  • WORD
  • MajorSubsystemVersion
  • 0x00000005
  • Major Sub system Version
  • WORD
  • MinorSubsystemVersion
  • 0x00000000
  • Minor Sub system Version
  • DWORD
  • Win32VersionValue
  • 0x00000000
  • Win32 Version Value
  • DWORD
  • SizeOfImage
  • 0x0002A000
  • Size Of Image
  • DWORD
  • SizeOfHeaders
  • 0x00000400
  • Size Of Headers
  • DWORD
  • CheckSum
  • 0x00000000
  • Check Sum
  • WORD
  • Subsystem
  • 0x00000003
  • Sub system
  • WORD
  • DllCharacteristics
  • 0x00008000
  • Dll Char acteristics
  • DWORD
  • SizeOfStackReserve
  • 0x00100000
  • Size Of Stack Reserve
  • DWORD
  • SizeOfStackCommit
  • 0x00008000
  • Size Of Stack Commit
  • DWORD
  • SizeOfHeapReserve
  • 0x00100000
  • Size Of Heap Reserve
  • DWORD
  • SizeOfHeapCommit
  • 0x00001000
  • Size Of Heap Commit
  • DWORD
  • LoaderFlags
  • 0x00000000
  • Loader Flags
  • DWORD
  • NumberOfRvaAndSizes
  • 0x00000010
  • Number Of Rva And Sizes
  • NT HEADER - OPTIONAL HEADER - Data Directory
  • Type
  • Name
  • Value
  • Memo
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[1].VirtualAddress
  • 0x00002D4C
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[1].Size
  • 0x00000038
  • Data Directory Size
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[2].VirtualAddress
  • 0x000152A8
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[2].Size
  • 0x000000A0
  • Data Directory Size
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[3].VirtualAddress
  • 0x00018000
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[3].Size
  • 0x00007DD8
  • Data Directory Size
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[4].VirtualAddress
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[4].Size
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Size
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[5].VirtualAddress
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[5].Size
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Size
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[6].VirtualAddress
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[6].Size
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Size
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[7].VirtualAddress
  • 0x000162E0
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[7].Size
  • 0x00000038
  • Data Directory Size
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[8].VirtualAddress
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[8].Size
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Size
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[9].VirtualAddress
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[9].Size
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Size
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[10].VirtualAddress
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[10].Size
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Size
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[11].VirtualAddress
  • 0x0000CA98
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[11].Size
  • 0x00000040
  • Data Directory Size
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[12].VirtualAddress
  • 0x00000280
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[12].Size
  • 0x000000A8
  • Data Directory Size
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[13].VirtualAddress
  • 0x00001000
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[13].Size
  • 0x00000330
  • Data Directory Size
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[14].VirtualAddress
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[14].Size
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Size
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[15].VirtualAddress
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[15].Size
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Size
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[16].VirtualAddress
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • DataDirectory[16].Size
  • 0x00000000
  • Data Directory Size
  • SECTION #1
  • Type
  • Name
  • Value
  • Memo
  • BYTE
  • Name
  • .text
  • Section Name
  • DWORD
  • VirtualSize
  • 0x00015340
  • Section Virtual Size
  • DWORD
  • VirtualAddress
  • 0x00001000
  • Section Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • SizeOfRawData
  • 0x00015400
  • Section Size Of Raw Data
  • DWORD
  • PointerToRawData
  • 0x00000400
  • Section Pointer To Raw Data
  • DWORD
  • PointerToRelocations
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Pointer To Relocations
  • DWORD
  • PointerToLinenumbers
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Pointer To Linenumbers
  • WORD
  • NumberOfRelocations
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Number Of Relocations
  • WORD
  • NumberOfLinenumbers
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Number Of Linenumbers
  • DWORD
  • Characteristics
  • 0x60000020
  • Section Characteristics
  • SECTION #2
  • Type
  • Name
  • Value
  • Memo
  • BYTE
  • Name
  • .data
  • Section Name
  • DWORD
  • VirtualSize
  • 0x000004D8
  • Section Virtual Size
  • DWORD
  • VirtualAddress
  • 0x00017000
  • Section Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • SizeOfRawData
  • 0x00000600
  • Section Size Of Raw Data
  • DWORD
  • PointerToRawData
  • 0x00015800
  • Section Pointer To Raw Data
  • DWORD
  • PointerToRelocations
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Pointer To Relocations
  • DWORD
  • PointerToLinenumbers
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Pointer To Linenumbers
  • WORD
  • NumberOfRelocations
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Number Of Relocations
  • WORD
  • NumberOfLinenumbers
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Number Of Linenumbers
  • DWORD
  • Characteristics
  • 0xC0000040
  • Section Characteristics
  • SECTION #3
  • Type
  • Name
  • Value
  • Memo
  • BYTE
  • Name
  • .rsrc
  • Section Name
  • DWORD
  • VirtualSize
  • 0x00007DD8
  • Section Virtual Size
  • DWORD
  • VirtualAddress
  • 0x00018000
  • Section Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • SizeOfRawData
  • 0x00007E00
  • Section Size Of Raw Data
  • DWORD
  • PointerToRawData
  • 0x00015E00
  • Section Pointer To Raw Data
  • DWORD
  • PointerToRelocations
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Pointer To Relocations
  • DWORD
  • PointerToLinenumbers
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Pointer To Linenumbers
  • WORD
  • NumberOfRelocations
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Number Of Relocations
  • WORD
  • NumberOfLinenumbers
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Number Of Linenumbers
  • DWORD
  • Characteristics
  • 0x40000040
  • Section Characteristics
  • SECTION #4
  • Type
  • Name
  • Value
  • Memo
  • BYTE
  • Name
  • .reloc
  • Section Name
  • DWORD
  • VirtualSize
  • 0x00008400
  • Section Virtual Size
  • DWORD
  • VirtualAddress
  • 0x00020000
  • Section Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • SizeOfRawData
  • 0x00008000
  • Section Size Of Raw Data
  • DWORD
  • PointerToRawData
  • 0x0001DC00
  • Section Pointer To Raw Data
  • DWORD
  • PointerToRelocations
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Pointer To Relocations
  • DWORD
  • PointerToLinenumbers
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Pointer To Linenumbers
  • WORD
  • NumberOfRelocations
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Number Of Relocations
  • WORD
  • NumberOfLinenumbers
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Number Of Linenumbers
  • DWORD
  • Characteristics
  • 0xE0000060
  • Section Characteristics
  • SECTION #5
  • Type
  • Name
  • Value
  • Memo
  • BYTE
  • Name
  • rdqdbfl
  • Section Name
  • DWORD
  • VirtualSize
  • 0x00001000
  • Section Virtual Size
  • DWORD
  • VirtualAddress
  • 0x00029000
  • Section Virtual Address
  • DWORD
  • SizeOfRawData
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Size Of Raw Data
  • DWORD
  • PointerToRawData
  • 0x00025C00
  • Section Pointer To Raw Data
  • DWORD
  • PointerToRelocations
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Pointer To Relocations
  • DWORD
  • PointerToLinenumbers
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Pointer To Linenumbers
  • WORD
  • NumberOfRelocations
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Number Of Relocations
  • WORD
  • NumberOfLinenumbers
  • 0x00000000
  • Section Number Of Linenumbers
  • DWORD
  • Characteristics
  • 0xC0000000
  • Section Characteristics

  • Called external files and functions:
    In general, malicious files will call these types of functions: functions to intercept data, network functions, functions to modify the registry information, access to the browser personal privacy Cookie, and directly bypass the system to read hard disk data (Hint: The files below may be called by malicious files, but these files themselves are not necessarily malicious files. They may be some normal system files)
    Import File - KERNEL32.dll
  • GetProcAddress
  • SearchPathW
  • GetUserDefaultUILanguage
  • GetSystemDefaultUILanguage
  • GetLocaleInfoW
  • GetVersionExW
  • CreateFileMappingW
  • LoadLibraryExW
  • SetLastError
  • LoadResource
  • FindResourceExW
  • CreateFileW
  • GetFileSize
  • CreateFileMappingA
  • MapViewOfFile
  • UnmapViewOfFile
  • GetPrivateProfileIntW
  • GetPrivateProfileIntA
  • GetPrivateProfileStringW
  • GetPrivateProfileStringA
  • GetFullPathNameW
  • GetFullPathNameA
  • GetLocaleInfoA
  • LoadLibraryExA
  • LoadLibraryW
  • HeapReAlloc
  • GetSystemDirectoryA
  • GetTempPathA
  • GetTempFileNameA
  • FlushFileBuffers
  • GetUserDefaultLCID
  • InterlockedCompareExchange
  • InterlockedExchange
  • GetVersionExA
  • LeaveCriticalSection
  • EnterCriticalSection
  • InterlockedDecrement
  • InterlockedIncrement
  • CreateEventA
  • CreateThread
  • CloseHandle
  • SetEvent
  • GetModuleFileNameW
  • GetModuleFileNameA
  • FreeLibrary
  • lstrlenA
  • DeleteCriticalSection
  • InitializeCriticalSection
  • LoadLibraryA
  • FormatMessageW
  • LocalAlloc
  • LocalFree
  • FormatMessageA
  • GetFileAttributesW
  • FindFirstFileW
  • GetFileAttributesA
  • FindFirstFileA
  • FindClose
  • GetACP
  • GetCPInfo
  • SetUnhandledExceptionFilter
  • UnhandledExceptionFilter
  • GetCurrentProcess
  • TerminateProcess
  • RtlUnwind
  • GetProcessHeap
  • HeapFree
  • HeapAlloc
  • GetModuleHandleA
  • ExitProcess
  • GetCommandLineW
  • GetCommandLineA
  • MultiByteToWideChar
  • GetStdHandle
  • lstrlenW
  • GetLastError
  • WriteConsoleW
  • WriteFile
  • WideCharToMultiByte
  • CreateFileA
  • GetConsoleMode
  • QueryPerformanceCounter
  • GetTickCount
  • GetCurrentThreadId
  • GetCurrentProcessId
  • GetSystemTimeAsFileTime
  • OutputDebugStringA
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  • Import File - msvcrt.dll
  • _vsnwprintf
  • _swab
  • wcsrchr
  • _itow
  • _vsnprintf
  • __mb_cur_max
  • _iob
  • memset
  • memcpy
  • memmove
  • malloc
  • free
  • _wcsicmp
  • _wcsnicmp
  • wcsncmp
  • ??3@YAXPAX@Z
  • ??2@YAPAXI@Z
  • _errno
  • mbtowc
  • isleadbyte
  • _snprintf
  • _itoa
  • wctomb
  • ferror
  • __badioinfo
  • __pioinfo
  • _fileno
  • _lseeki64
  • _write
  • _isatty
  • bsearch
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  • Import File - OLEAUT32.dll
  • Function Address
    0x000000CA
  • Function Address
    0x000000C9
  • Function Address
    0x00000009
  • Function Address
    0x0000000A
  • Function Address
    0x00000008
  • Function Address
    0x00000004
  • Function Address
    0x00000096
  • Function Address
    0x000000A1
  • Function Address
    0x0000000C
  • Function Address
    0x00000019
  • Function Address
    0x00000007
  • Function Address
    0x00000006
  • Function Address
    0x00000013
  • Function Address
    0x00000010
  • Function Address
    0x0000001A
  • Function Address
    0x0000000F
  • Function Address
    0x000000A2
  • Function Address
    0x0000001B
  • Function Address
    0x00000014
  • Function Address
    0x00000002
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  • Import File - ole32.dll
  • CoInitialize
  • CoUninitialize
  • CoGetClassObject
  • MkParseDisplayName
  • CLSIDFromProgID
  • CLSIDFromString
  • CreateBindCtx
  • CoCreateInstance
  • CoRegisterMessageFilter
  • CoInitializeSecurity
  • CreateFileMoniker
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  • Import File - VERSION.dll
  • GetFileVersionInfoSizeA
  • VerQueryValueW
  • GetFileVersionInfoW
  • GetFileVersionInfoSizeW
  • GetFileVersionInfoA
  • VerQueryValueA
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  • Import File - ADVAPI32.dll
  • RegQueryValueExW
  • RegCreateKeyExW
  • RegCreateKeyExA
  • RegOpenKeyExW
  • ImpersonateLoggedOnUser
  • IsTextUnicode
  • RegisterEventSourceW
  • GetUserNameW
  • LookupAccountNameW
  • ReportEventW
  • DeregisterEventSource
  • RegQueryValueExA
  • RegEnumKeyExA
  • RegCreateKeyA
  • RegOpenKeyExA
  • RegSetValueExA
  • RegCloseKey
  • RegSetValueExW
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  • Import File - USER32.dll
  • SetTimer
  • DefWindowProcA
  • PostQuitMessage
  • KillTimer
  • EnumThreadWindows
  • SetWindowLongA
  • PostMessageA
  • SendMessageA
  • MsgWaitForMultipleObjects
  • PeekMessageA
  • TranslateMessage
  • DispatchMessageA
  • GetParent
  • GetClassNameA
  • GetWindowLongA
  • GetMessageA
  • CreateWindowExA
  • RegisterClassA
  • GetClassInfoA
  • GetActiveWindow
  • CharNextA
  • LoadStringA
  • LoadStringW
  • IsWindowVisible
  •  

  • Export function:
    The following function is a function provided by this file. The export function is useful for analyzing the specific behavior of a runtime file, starting from the function entry address, and debugging the code line by line. You can get a lot of data generated by this file.
    Export File - cscript.exe
  • Ordinals
  • Function Name
  • Address

  • This is my analysis results of this malicious file. If you have any questions, or have any problems that cannot be resolved, you can leave a message or email me.

    • You can also use the following online detection function to check the file.
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  • T21 can detect unknown files online, mainly using "behavior-based" judgment mechanism. It is very simple to use T21.

    1. Click the "Upload File" button, select the file you want to detect, and then click "Submit".
    2. The next step is to wait for the system to check, which may take a little time, so please be patient.
    3. When the T21 scan engine finishes detection, the test results are immediately fed back, as shown below:

    • If you suspect that there are malicious files on your computer, but you cannot find where they are, or if you want to make a thorough check on your computer, you can download the automatic scanning tool.

    If you want to know what kind of T21 system is, you can click here to view the introduction of T21. You can also go to the home page to read the original intention and philosophy of my development of T21 system.

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    convert.exe - File Md5: ed4c95afcc002b765048aaa7de437ddd
    credwiz.exe - File Md5: 269d3014b24074b3dc698a3b2164d3c6
    cttunesvr.exe - File Md5: 80feb9e17cfb56321fd077c0f01908ca
    cttune.exe - File Md5: 38f7031aff6067d6260386f184b05fcd
    dcomcnfg.exe - File Md5: b481cdc09ade0e841886d21faab0a52b
    sfxfe32.exe - File Md5: 7f03589beadb2e87d6ce30e8190269aa
    syswin.exe - File Md5: 3fbac28f63a8118707d52a8045c74f22
    muxprop.dll - File Md5: 9e9b830d9779c229b1b9c451c86ff0ba
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