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Updated on Jun 01, 2015

Windows Defender detects and removes this threat.

This family of worms can stop some programs from working and download files onto your PC, including other malware.

They spread by copying themselves to network shares and removable drives, such as USB flash drives. They can also spread though instant messages sent via instant messaging clients, such as MSN Messenger. 

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Alert level: severe
Updated on Mar 03, 2015
Alert level: severe
Updated on Feb 25, 2015

Microsoft security software detects and removes this worm.

Worms automatically spread to other PCs. They can do this in a number of ways, including by copying themselves to removable drives, network folders, or spreading via email.

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Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Worm:Win32/Nuqel.I is a worm that spreads via removable and shared drives.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Worm:Win32/Nuqel.H is a worm that spreads via removable and shared drives.
Alert level: severe
Updated on May 19, 2011
Worm:Win32/Nuqel.CT is a member of Win32/Nuqel - a family of worms that may spread via removable or network drives and particular messenger applications. It may also modify a number of system settings to faciliate its actions on an affected computer, and contact a remote host.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Mar 22, 2015

Microsoft security software detects and removes this worm.

Worms automatically spread to other PCs. They can do this in a number of ways, including by copying themselves to removable drives, network folders, or spreading via email.

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Alert level: severe
Updated on Mar 22, 2015

Microsoft security software detects and removes this worm.

Worms automatically spread to other PCs. They can do this in a number of ways, including by copying themselves to removable drives, network folders, or spreading via email.

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Alert level: severe
Updated on Mar 26, 2015

Microsoft security software detects and removes this worm.

Worms automatically spread to other PCs. They can do this in a number of ways, including by copying themselves to removable drives, network folders, or spreading through email.

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Alert level: severe
Updated on Mar 26, 2015

Microsoft security software detects and removes this worm.

Worms automatically spread to other PCs. They can do this in a number of ways, including by copying themselves to removable drives, network folders, or spreading through email.

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Alert level: severe
Updated on May 02, 2016

Windows Defender Antivirus detects and removes this worm.

Worms automatically spread to other PCs. They can do this in a number of ways, including by copying themselves to removable drives, network folders, or spreading through email.

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Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Worm:Win32/Nuqel.Z is a worm that spreads via removable and shared drives. It terminates processes, modifies system settings, and may send out messages via Yahoo! Messenger.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Worm:Win32/Nuqel.R is a worm that spreads via removable drives, shared drives, and Yahoo messenger. It can terminate certain processes, modify certain system settings, and disables the registry editor and Task Manager tools.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Worm:Win32/Nuqel.G is a worm that spreads via mapped drives and also via certain Instant Messenger applications such as Yahoo! Messenger. To automatically execute in an affected system, it modifies the system registry as well as creates a scheduled task to run its process. It may modify certain system settings, such as preventing hidden files from being displayed and disabling Task Manager. Worm:Win32/Nuqel.G may also connect to certain Web sites.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Worm:Win32/Nuqel.Q is a worm that attempts to spread by copying itself to removable drives and network shares, and via Internet chat applications. The worm may download arbitrary files, block certain system utilities and lower security on the affected computer.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Worm:Win32/Nuqel.AC is a worm that spreads by copying itself to removable drives. It also modifies various computer settings, such as disabling System Restore, hiding files and folders, disabling Windows Security Center notifications, and other actions.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Worm:Win32/Nuqel.A is a persistent worm that spreads via removable drives, shared drives, and Yahoo! Messenger. It can terminate certain processes, modify certain system settings and prevent the execution of the Windows utilities Registry Editor and Task Manager.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Worm:Win32/Nuqel.AE is a worm that spreads via removable drives, shared drives and via messages sent using Yahoo! Messenger. It can terminate certain processes, modify certain system settings and disable registry editing.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Worm:Win32/Nuqel.O is a worm - a self-propagating program that can spread itself from one computer to another. Worms may spread themselves via a variety of different channels in order to compromise new machines. Commonly, worms may spread directly by copying themselves to removable or network drives, or by attempting to exploit particular vulnerabilities on targeted machines. Worms also often attempt to spread via platforms that require user interaction in order to run. They may send themselves as an attachment to an email or an instant message, or send a link to a copy of themselves in the body of a message. In these cases the message needs to be convincing enough to encourage the victim to click on the link or attachment and run or download a copy of the worm.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Worm:Win32/Nuqel.J is a worm - a self-propagating program that can spread itself from one computer to another. Worms may spread themselves via a variety of different channels in order to compromise new machines. Commonly, worms may spread directly by copying themselves to removable or network drives, or by attempting to exploit particular vulnerabilities on targeted machines. Worms also often attempt to spread via platforms that require user interaction in order to run. They may send themselves as an attachment to an email or an instant message, or send a link to a copy of themselves in the body of a message. In these cases the message needs to be convincing enough to encourage the victim to click on the link or attachment and run or download a copy of the worm.
Alert level: severe