W32.Wergimog is a computer worm with backdoor utility. It will allow a remote attacker to have an access on infected system. This worm usually spreads by dropping a copy of itself on removable USB drives. W32.Wergimog will utilize Windows autorun function to execute itself when the compromised drive is accessed. More
W32.Waledac.C is a threat that originates from a group of worms that has common payloads. This worm may open a backdoor and allow a remote attacker to have full access on the infected computer. Once inside the computer, it may control certain settings to lessen security features of Windows. W32.Waledac.C will utilize the compromised PC to mass-mail a link that points to computers actively hosting copies of itself. It also operates as part of botnet with complicated mechanism intended to spread the worm quickly while maintaining own protection. More
W32.Masavebe is a worm that commonly spread on removable devices and drives. Things like external hard drive, memory and USB Flash disk are types of gadget where W32.Masavebe can duplicate a copy of itself. What’s more devastating about this worm is its ability to make these drives inaccessible to owner. The worm usually utilized an autorun function so that it creates a copy to other drives on the affected computer if any of the infected disks is accessed. More
W32.Morto spreads by utilizing a Remote Desktop Protocol. Worm W32.Morto embeds several encrypted codes into system registry as part of its a payload. It also replaces various DLL with its own code. It was discovered that this worm may download malicious executable files from a remote location to function as backdoor that allows it to gain unauthorized remote access. More
W32.Yunsip is a worm that spreads by having a duplicate copy of itself on removable drives. W32.Yunsip is capable of stealing confidential information by recording key presses on the infected computer and later send the data to remote attacker. The worm is crafted to be executed naturally when the compromised drive is accessed. More
W32.Murtinda is a computer worm that has the capability to connect to a remote server to update itself. Usual propagation of W32.Murtinda is by making a copy of files Love-Story.exe and autorun.inf on any removable drives. Once it enters the system, registry will be compromised so as the start-up process. The worm also disables certain Windows functionalities to prevent manual removal and troubleshooting.