Killworm.com (240 KB) Updated on March 02, 2004.

This utility will help you detect and remove following worms/variants from an infected system:

 

W32.MyDoom.A, W32.MyDoom.B

W32.NetSky.C , W32.NetSky.D , W32.Netsky.E

W32.Bagle.C ,W32.Bagle.E , W32.Bagle.F ,W32.Bagle.G , W32.Bagle.H

Steps to follow:

  • Create a temporary folder
  • Download this utility in a temporary folder.
  • Run this utility.
  • Disable the System Restore option if you are using Windows Me/XP
  • This will display an windows with two options "browse" and "Scan"
  • Browse the drive/ Folder you wish to scan
  • Select the Scan option
  • This will detect and remove all strains of this worm
  • Upgrade your copy of Quick Heal using the Quick Heal Update option

Disable/Enable _Restore option on system having Windows ME and Windows XP:

  • Windows ME and Windows XP utilizes a backup utility that backs up selected files automatically to the C:\_Restore folder. There is no access to delete files kept as backup in _Restore folder. If W32.Klez.H infected file is stored in _Restore folder as a backup file, then in such case Quick Heal will be unable to delete these files. Below steps will help you how to remove the infected files from the C:\_Restore folder.

System having Windows ME

Disable _Restore option

  • Double-click System, and then select Performance tab.
  • Click File System, and then click the Troubleshooting tab.
  • Check Disable System Restore.
  • Click OK, and then click Close. Save the setting and restart Windows.
  • This disables _Restore folder.
  • Run Quick Heal or killklez.com utility and disinfect your system

Enable _Restore option

  • Go to Start / Settings / Control Panel.
  • Double-click System, and then select Performance tab.
  • Click File System, and then click the Troubleshooting tab.
  • Check Enable System Restore.
  • Restart your system.

System having Windows XP

Disable _Restore option

  • Go to Start - Right-click on My Computer and then select Properties.
  • Select the "System Restore" tab.
  • Check "Turn off system restore" or "Turn off system restore on all drives."
  • Click Apply, and then click OK. - Reboot your system

To enable Windows XP System Restore:

  • Go to Start.
  • Right-click on My Computer and then select Properties.
  • Select the "System Restore" tab.
  • Uncheck "Turn off system restore" or "Turn off system restore on all drives."
  • Click Apply, and then click OK
  • Reboot your system

In case of any query or difficulty in doing the above steps, please feel to write us at support@quickheal.com

Click here to download killworm.com (240 Kb) Updated on March 02, 2004.


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