Navigating on the Internet and online data transfers have their risks, since online threats lurk at every corner. In order to make sure that your PC stays clean of malicious code, you can use dedicated removal tools alongside the permanent antivirus solution, which are specialized programs designed to target a certain virus or other type of threat.
Such an utility is F-Bugbr, a command line utility especially designed to help you detect and remove files infected with the W32/Bugbear.A and 32/Bugbear.B worms. Also known as Tanat or Tanatos, these worms were discovered back in 2002, affecting computers with operating systems up to Windows XP.
|Crack size||~ 500KB|
Bugbear can spread via e-mail messages and network file sharing. Its core allows it to record your keystrokes and act as a backdoor for cyber-criminals and disrupt the normal functionality of shared printers.
The traces that you should look for on your system include new random files created in the Windows System folder and startup keys added to the system registry. Furthermore, the worm acts in order to force the shutdown of several security software.
What this application actually does is run a thorough scan of your system in order to find traces of the Bugbear worm. All you must do is run the executable file and wait for the analysis process to be finished. The number of infected files is displayed once the procedure is carried out.
F-Bugbr Keygen kills processed related to Bugbear, removes detected droppers and disinfects executable files. A reboot is mandatory for the changes to take effect.
While the spreading rate of the Bugbear is now pretty low and many antivirus software can easily identify it, F-Bugbr remains a useful application that you can try if you suspect that your PC might be infected by this worm, in order to avoid an outbreak.
Valeria, 16 March 2017
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