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Short descriptionWin32/Zaka.N is a worm that spreads via P2P networks.
InstallationWhen executed the worm copies itself in the following locations:
This causes the worm to be executed on every system start.
- %windir%all usersstart menuprogramsstartupKilll.e
SpreadingThe worm copies itself into the root folders of the following drives C: - Z: using the following name:
Spreading via P2P networksWin32/Zaka.N is a worm that spreads via P2P networks.
The worm searches for shared folders of the following programs:
It tries to place a copy of itself into the folders.
The following filenames are used:
- Kaboomall Openthisone.exe
- Kazaaa Kaboon_new_version_en.exe
Other informationThe worm may display the following message:
The worm may set the following Registry entries:
A string with variable content is used instead of %filename%, %filepath% .
"%filename%" = "%filepath%"