- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
Worm:BAT/Autorun.R is a worm which should be removed as soon as possible. This worm invades the system and camouflages itself by using files names of legitimate applications. More importantly, it disorders the system, and it is the main reason why it should be removed from the system. Usually, Worm:BAT/Autorun.R spreads by replicating itself to removable drives.
Once Worm:BAT/Autorun.R gets into the system, it spreads its files in different locations of the system and starts operating. For example, the files, attributed to this worm, such as jts.exe, recycle.bin.exe are used to launch the worm as soon as the system is launched. Moreover, the worm might create files with different filename extensions. In this case, the infection creates a temporary file with a random filename 2B4F.tmp in order to remain unnoticed.
Not surprisingly, Worm:BAT/Autorun.R uses the names of Microsoft’s products to hide its files. For example, the worm installs a malicious file named svcsrss.exe. As a dangerous file, svcsrss.exe was detected in Brazil in 2009. Those users who know that svcsrss.exe, Universal Serial Bus Driver (USB Driver), is a product of Microsoft would not suspect anything and allow the file to run in the system. Another file uses the name of software which speeds up the processing of the system, cleans ant protects it. The software is known as Advanced SystemCare 5, and the file name which is used to deceive users is jts.exe. Due to the presence of the file, your computer’s functionality might be slightly impaired, because the file creates additional background service.
The last but not least is the file recycle.bin.exe. This file name, which must be known by every Windows users, is used to hide the intentions of the worm. The file modifies parameters of removable disks to spread the infection. It is also known as a means of communication between programs on different computers; moreover, the file uses HTTP protocols to contact a remote computer.
The best way to remove Worm:BAT/Autorun.R is to use a reliable security tool. You will not need to find and delete the components of the infection manually, because the security application will do that for you. If you attempt to get rid of Worm:BAT/Autorun.R manually, you might impair the system. Thus, the automatic removal of the infection is the easiest way to protect the system.
How to manually remove Worm:BAT/Autorun.R
Files associated with Worm:BAT/Autorun.R infection:
Worm:BAT/Autorun.R processes to kill: