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It displays several windows, prompting users to confirm that they really want to leave the application.
|First detected on:||Sept. 10, 2004|
|Detection updated on:||Sept. 10, 2004|
Lifeis is a joke type malware. These harmless programs display fake error messages on screen warning about the execution of destructive actions, fake these actions or change the mouse or screen settings.
To be more precise, when Lifeis is run, it displays a window with the picture of a bridge and an specific text. Then, when the user clicks on the Exit button, several messages are displayed, promting users to confirm that they really want to leave the application.
If the user wants to stop the effects of this joke and return to normal work, it is necessary to click the shortcut keys Ctrl + Alt + Supr and end the process belonging to Lifeis, named life.exe and wowexec.exe.