|Best protection from "W32 Blaster Worm"|
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Ultimate Protection from "W32 Blaster Worm"
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Why you should be concerned about any blaster worm virus
The blaster worm virus hit the entire IT industry first in 2003. It posed a credible threat to any Microsoft Windows Desktop operating system such as Windows 2000 and Windows Xp. A mere month after it was noticed the blaster worm had spread like an out of control wildfire to many home user’s units. Once this nasty w32 blaster worm was out and about, Windows users consulted Microsoft for tech support and urgent assistance.
When the blaster worm attacked the Windows update site, Microsoft took immediate action and shut down its servers for this particular site. Port 80 was the number of the port attacked by the blaster worm. The strings and messages attached to this quick-moving virus were a clear warning to Mr. Bill Gates.
Computer owners were insistently calling the Microsoft help lines until the time that an Antivirus or Microsoft program was released which would eliminate this blaster worm. At this time, help lines were backed up completely and answering time took around 80 minutes. The manpower required to solve this dilemma was running short in relation to the amount of customers needing assistance. The attacks on computers by this worm was able to shut down some very critical Microsoft services. The primary one affected was the Windows Remote Procedure Call. This failure caused the shut down of many computers and a common message was displayed on all of them. Initially, engineers had no idea how the issues pertaining to this blaster worm would be solved.
Finally, and much later Norton and Microsoft R & D came up with the crucial steps necessary to prevent the virus from shutting down a computer. One of the steps was to disable the mode of service failure to take No Action instead of automatically restarting the computer. There were directions for customers on where to go to get the proper removal tool and most of the concerns were addressed.