- Dangerous

Manual removal instructions:

Antivirus Report of Malware
cmos.comHigh Risk
This Internet worm spreads via e-mail by sending infected messages from affected computers.
While spreading, the worm uses MS Outlook and sends itself to all addresses that are stored in the MS Outlook Address Book.
To spread itself, the worm accesses MS Outlook and uses its functions and address lists.
This is available in Outlook 98/2000 only, so the worm is able to spread only in the case that one of these MS Outlook versions is installed.
Tries to spam people with SMS messages.
During the next Windows startup, the Trojan takes control, erases the CMOS information, and corrupts the information on the local disks.

Automatic removal: Use RegRun Startup Optimizer to remove it from startup.

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