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|Effects: ||Activates upon running EXE or TXT files and causes the affected computer to slow down. |
|First detected on:||Sept. 21, 2002|
|Detection updated on:||Sept. 21, 2002|
Nidra (309978 Bytes) is a Trojan that modifies the system configuration in order to activate every time a file with an EXE or TXT extension is run. When Nidra activates, it creates a process in memory, which might cause affected computers to slow down.
Once Nidra has carried out its actions, it displays the following message on the screen:
Additionally, Nidra generates a great number of processes, which will cause affected systems to slow down.