Worm.Win32.Ngrbot.eak can propagate itself. In the wild, it has been detected as a rogue sneaking through PDF vulnerability. However, experts are not inclined to conclude that the Abode Reader is the main gateway for the malware invasion. Browser errors and unprotected codes are widely applied for landing the worm into targeted machine, too, as well as local channels circulate the parasite.
Once inside a particular machine the worm is busy cracking passwords to user’s accounts. Potentially, your private information might be affected, if the worm succeeds in the cracking affairs. Its current technical features do not provide for any kind of use for compromised accounts but self-propagation. In the other words, the rogue has not been caught at conveying password related info to third parties. The captured accounts are used for mass-mailing or instant messaging. That is a secondary wave of the worm dissemination.
Remove Worm.Win32.Ngrbot.eak, especially where the infection has happened through software weakness, for your PC, under such conditions, might become local infector as the rogue would further crawl to your neighbors’ PCs through local and removable drives. Get rid of Worm.Win32.Ngrbot.eak no matter how the infection has entered your PC – free scanner available here is a multi-purpose defensive system for your PC to clean the worm and the rest of malicious inhabitants of your cyberspace.
Detection date: 29.10.2011
URL: blocked\not detected
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