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|Effects: ||It deletes files belonging to certain antivirus programs and forwards itself to the senders of all messages received. |
|Detection updated on:||Dec. 23, 2002|
Oror.A is worm that deletes files belonging to certain antivirus programs. It uses several different means to spread: e-mail, computer networks and IRC chat.
It sends itself out to the senders of all messages received on the affected system. It is very difficult to identify the message that carries Oror.A, as its subject and content are variable.
This is a dangerous worm, as it deletes files that belong to some antivirus programs. It can also delete shortcuts to those programs, in the Start - Programs menu.
Oror.A is difficult to identify, as it reaches systems in an e-mail message with variable characteristics.
For further information on the characteristics of the e-mail message that carries Oror.A, check out the Means of transmission section.
After Oror.A has carried out its actions, it displays the following error message on the screen:
Another clear symptom of this worm's presence on the system is the fact that shortcuts of affected programs will disappear from the Start - Programs menu.