Daily virus report (Sep 04, 2007)
Sep 04, 2007 one virus needs your attention. It is Trojan.PSW.Win32.OnlineGames.yes. Trojan.PSW.Win32.OnlineGames.yes spreads through malicious websites, downloads and USB drives. It steals the account and password information of the user's online games.
The virus of today:
Warning level: Dangerous
The virus will drop files under Windows directory and add startup items into the Windows Registry to achieve automatic running with Windows startup. It is hard for ordinary users to clean this virus manually. This virus will copy itself to the root of each partition, trying to spread through portable drives. It can search and disable the antivirus software installed on the user's computer, threatening the user's computer security. The infiltrated computer may not access some websites.
Anti-virus experts suggest that computer users take the following measures to protect against this virus:
Do not open suspicious mail and suspicious websites; turn off or delete unnecessary system services; patch the system in a timely manner as many viruses spread by taking advantage of the system exploits or vulnerabilities; install anti-virus software for real-time monitoring and protection; Open auto-protect function when accessing to the internet; Install personal firewall to prevent the loss of password; Set up a complicated password for the administrators account.