Email-Worm.Bugbear.b Description

Email-Worm.Bugbear.b is a malicious mass-mailing worm that is designed to spread as an email attachment. Once it is installed, Email-Worm.Bugbear.b will set in Windows Registry to be able to launch every time you load your computer. Email-Worm.Bugbear.b will search and send its copies to all addresses found onto your computer. Moreover, Email-Worm.Bugbear.b may open up a backdoor on your machine, and this places any financial or banking information stored on your computer in severe jeopardy and represents a serious security risk.

Technical Information

File System Details

Email-Worm.Bugbear.b creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5
1 xntrppt.dll 919 5042e087027d2378c563716f2cdcafe4
2 fclupp.dll 869 c5e8b3091c49a725b089a2e0a20b8a6f

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