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Zhelatin Virus Scanner

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Windows 2000/XP/Vista
File Size:
1376 Kb
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Description from the publisher
The Zhelatin worm, also known as Worm. Zhelatin.DAM, is a computer worm that is distributed through malicious e-mail attachments. Like all computer worms, Zhelatin has the ability to replicate and spread copies of itself, in addition to other problems and damage it can cause on your system.

Zhelatin is usually included in an email attachment that you viewed. Some email programs automatically open and run any program that comes attached to any email. It is also possible that you picked up Zhelatin as part of another download you made, such as for a song or a picture file. Although less common than email, spreading programs like Zhelatin in this manner is not uncommon.

Once installed on your computer, it sends spam e-mails through your e-mail account to all of your contacts. Additionally, the Zhelatin worm slows your computer, reduces your available system memory and may change your system settings.
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