Welcome to the Virus Encyclopedia of Panda Security.
Gnutella is a worm that uses a peer-to-peer network called Gnutella to spread: this network consists of nodes and inter-connected computers, and it allows users to download files shared by other users.
To carry out its actions, Gnutella follows these steps:
Gnutella does not cause any damage to affected computers. However, its great propagation capabilities might affect network performance.
There are no visible symptoms that alert users to the presence of Gnutella on affected computers. However, the presence of a file called GSPOT.EXE on the affected computer can be considered a clear symptom of infection.
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