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I found this sample detected by Microsoft as MSIL/Lachemp.A, Kaspersky as MSIL.Tpyn.chu and by ESET as MSIL/Injector.RFV
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BTW, HEUR:Trojan.MSIL.Tpyn.chu (Kaspersky) can also be reproduced on SHA1: 2d3de82a04024b124411fb764cee44b803996a57 sample, which is EternalRocks malware family.