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    Default Bcuzz.exe: A Dangerous Virus.

    I've made this thread to inform people about a virus/trojan that is quite dangerous.

    This virus is called Bcuzz.exe, and affects Windows only. When this virus makes it onto your system, it hides itself in your computers Recycler. (Not the recycle bin itself). There is nearly no way to get rid of it, but I have a method. The problem with getting rid of it is, when you delete it, it runs 1 final command before it gets deleted. This command is to delete your PC's boot manager, rendering Windows inoperable and unable to be started. I know all this because it has happened to me before, and I had to reformat my computer and reinstall Windows. The method of ridding it is to use an archiver (WinRAR/Winzip/7Zip etc.) The reason for this is that it hides itself and going to folder options and un-hiding everything wont make it appear. It also is a Trojan down-loader, directly bringing other viruses to your computer. A way to identify it is, if you see a folder on your computer called: X-5-4-27.......(and some more numbers, but those are the first few, they are all you need to know) open it up, and if you see Bcuzz.exe, or a file called Desktop.ini, you know that is Bcuzz. I hope you soak this information up to avoid getting this horrible piece of malware, therefore rendering your computer useless(until you reformat it, wiping your hard-drive clean and losing all your personal data, then having to re-install Windows). Also, an alternate operating system on your PC, such a iDeneb or Linux(Which is how I got rid of it) The virus will show up un-hidden. But Note, like I said before, when you delete this file, Windows will become inoperable. Another way to know if you have this virus is, when you boot up windows, a Recycle bin properties window will pop-up, Saying:

    Bcuzz.exe

    Origin: X-5-4-27......etc.

    Date deleted: Now here is the dead giveaway. It always says the current date, or the date your PC Is set to.

    Now it will give you the option to [OK] [Restore] or [Cancel]. Even if you click on [Restore], the next time you boot up Windows, the same window will pop-up again.

    Size: Another dead-giveaway, it always says: 0 KB. But the actual virus's real file size is around 40,000 Bytes, Equal to around 38 KB.

    Other Info

    The virus automatically jumps to other removable drives: USB, Memory Stick/Cards. And it also automatically adds itself to a disc-burning compilation, on a program such as Nero for example. So the moment you plug a USB in, Bcuzz will jump straight to it. Also, formatting the device USB/Memory stick wont get rid of it, because when you format the memory stick Bcuzz would jump to the host computer, and when the format finishes, bcuzz would jump straight back to the USB Device.

    For now, that is all the info I have, and i'm asking the administrators and Moderators/Super Moderators to please not close this thread, I want to hear if anyone has had an expierince with this virus.

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    Wow, even USB Drives? Crazy, well I guess that means no more porn surfing, aww nuts LOL jk peeps.

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    Yes, but i'm not sure where you get this virus from...

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    Do you know how you got it? Or think where you got it from. Cause just saying, if you had loction with you and just a screen, then I guess thats where it came from. But if it came from like limewire or frostwire or a torrent site. Then, well, tell us. Then umm, *ahem* those who pirate can be more careful about it.

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    No, it didn't come from any piracy site, i think P2P (Limewire, frostwire, mp3 rocket etc.)

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    Dangerous!!

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    "Dangerous!!"? What are you trying to say?

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    I'm gonna have to watch out for that.
    ...oh wait a sec....



    bahahaha!!
    CURRENT PSP MODEL: PSP 3000
    CURRENT FIRMWARE VERSION: 5.03 PROMETHEUS

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    Quote Originally Posted by black wolf View Post
    I'm gonna have to watch out for that.
    ...oh wait a sec....



    bahahaha!!
    IDK why, but this just makes me laugh

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    iDeneb? Or a real mac?


 
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