Beware of ＂mobile killers＂ online during National Day holiday
A worm that spreads through 3.5-inch floppy disks and removable disks may cause a lot of trouble to netizens during the long holiday. Computer virus experts said that the National Day is approaching, citizens who like to surf the Internet should install and activate the network and virus firewall, and install system update patches in time.
This kind of harmful virus is called "mobile killer". When the virus runs, it first copies itself to multiple directories and adds startup items so that it can be started with the boot. Once the virus finds a 3.5-inch floppy disk or removable disk, first export all the doc file names in the 3.5-inch floppy disk or removable disk to c:\ww.txt, and then copy the files listed in ww.txt to c:\ In the windows\wj directory, the suffix is .com. The virus also copies a copy of itself to 3.5-inch floppy disks and removable disks, and named it win32.exe or win33.exe to achieve the purpose of spreading.
Viruses spread through chat tools such as QQ are still active during the National Day. The virus named "Zigui" will release the virus file in the system directory after it is started, modify the registry association, and run the virus first when the user opens the text file and exe file, which may cause the system to slow down. The virus will use QQ to send virus files such as "Super MM, Super FLASH, please accept .exe", "QQTalk (QQ chat cheats, show you).exe", and users will be poisoned if they click accidentally.
In addition, the "Epke" virus will send a large number of emails, and the user will be poisoned if the email attachment is run. After being poisoned, some icons of the computer were modified abnormally by the virus, and the mouse was forced to switch the left and right buttons. The "pretender" virus can be spread through Outlook, automatically find an email address in the Outlook address book, use itself as an attachment, and then use Outlook to send it out.
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