[AI] Keeping bugs out

Pradeep banakar pradeepsocialwork at gmail.com
Tue May 13 23:21:26 EDT 2008


dear sir, thanks for providing useful information.  I want to know how to 
Disable System Restore , how to Update the virus definitions and how to 
Delete any values added to the registry.

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Subject: [AI] Keeping bugs out


Keeping bugs out

Author: Bhanu Prakash E S

A virus can steal your identity and mess with your
data in a matter of seconds. Here are some of the new
viruses that you should avoid like plague...

The next time you're going online be it to check mail
or to simply surf, just make sure you have a good
anti-virus program in place and it's turned on
to detect viruses and phishing.

Products like Symantec, Norton are really popular for
keeping an eagle eye on each and every movement you
make online.

Recently, Symantec listed seven new viruses or worms
that operate through social networking sites and can
steal your personal details. Given that most
people are either on Facebook or Orkut, it's a good
thing to be safe.

Fujack

What it is: Fujack is a worm, a malicious program that
spreads itself without any user intervention.
Also known as: Worm.Win32.Fujack.l, W32/Fujack.J,
W32/Fujacks.q
What to do: Disable System Restore (Windows Me/XP).
Update the virus definitions. Run a full system scan.

Rontokbro

What is it: A mass-mailing email worm that also
spreads via USB and thumb drives, the Rontokbro worm
also know as Brontok takes a multifaceted approach
to defy detection and removal.
Also known as: W32/Rontokbro.gen at MM (McAfee),
Worm_Rontokbro
What to do: Make sure your emails are scanned by your
anti-virus so you don't download malicious ware.
Sality

What it is: W32.Sality.S is a virus that spreads by
infecting executable files.
Also known as: Virus.Win32.Sality.q, W32/Sality.x,
Win32/Sality.NAJ, W32.Sality.U, PE_SALITY.AS
What to do: Disable System Restore (Windows Me/XP).
Update the virus definitions. Run a full system scan.

Imaut

What it is: W32.Imaut.A is a worm that spreads via
Yahoo Instant Messenger and Microsoft Windows Live
Messenger. The worm might attempt to download remote
files on the compromised computer.
Also known as: TROJ_AUTORUN.AHP
What to do: Disable System Restore (Windows Me/XP).
Update the virus definitions. Run a full system scan.

SillyFDC

What it is: W32.SillyFDC is a generic detection that
detects variants of the W32.Silly family of worms that
spread by copying itself to removable media
and may download other malicious applications.
Also known as: W32/Generic.e, W32.SillyFDC,
Worm_Muma.B
What to do: Disable System Restore (Windows Me/XP).
Update the virus definitions. Run a full system scan.

Fubalca

What it is: W32.Fubalca is a worm that spreads through
removable media and infects various file types,
including .exe and .html files. It can affect all
Windows Operating Systems. It can also release gaming
account information through downloaded malware.
Also Known As: PE_FUBALCA.A-O [Trend], W32/Fujacks.aa
[McAfee], Agent.BKY [F-Secure],
Trojan-Downloader.Win32.Agent.bky [Kaspersky]
What to do: Disable System Restore (Windows Me/XP).
Update the virus definitions. Run a full system scan.
Delete any values added to the registry.


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