What are Nukers?
A nuker is a malicious computer program similar to a Trojan that carries a destructive payload, thus its namesake. A nuker affects overall computer performance, Internet connection speed and attempts to severely damage or totally destroy a compromised system by modifying its essential settings and deleting critical files.
A typical nuker is used by a hacker to attack a targeted computer in order to slow down, crash, restart or shut it down. Some parasites are able to erase all system and application files, format a hard disk or even harm certain computer hardware components.
List of Nukers Parasites:
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BadLuck, which is also known as Belnow, is a very dangerous nuker because it can be remotely controlled by an attacker thus leaving the user vulnerable to identity theft and financial loss. BadLuck performs many malicious acts such as deleting executables and system critical files, web ...
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