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April Fool’s Virus is nothing to fool around with
April Fool’s is typcially thought of as a merry prankster or happy jokester approach. However the conficker worm, known as the April Fool’s Virus is neither merry nor happy for your PC. This virus supposedly activates itself during the traditional April Fool. However, most people are unaware of how a virus is technically different from a worm. The April Fool’s virus is really the conficker worm and ecuating yourself about what it does and how to remove it can be crucial for your PC and you.
Computer worms are a type of software which infects your system from within the network and then takes control of the system. When a computer is controlled by a worm, it is called a zombie computer and can be used to perform a variety of malicious activities. In fact, servers may even be crashed by a zombie computer.
Conversely, a virus is software which can replicate itself to infect your files. It slows them down due to the amount of replications happening in the background. Plus, it doesn’t need a program to cling to, like the worm does.
Understanding how a virus and a worm behave and act differently can be an essential part of getting rid of them. In November 2008, the conficker worm was first detected. Since then, its created has made several variations which have made it even stronger and less vulnerable. Its name “conficker” evolved from the re-arrangement of a few words from its domain name. This malicious software has been powerful enough to attack French Naval IT and even the United Kingdom Ministry of Defense networks.
Fortunately, there are now many removal tools which can attack the conficker worm are are free to download from the internet. Plus, there are traditional removal programs like McAfee and Symantec. Learning about computer security is definitely something that cannot be ignored. The more you learn about the various malicious programs out there, the better equipped you are to keep your system running smoothly, effectively, and easily.