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.

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BadLuck November 20, 2008

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