Win32/glengary.p virus hitting computersJune 13th, 2008 - 9:26 pm ICT by David M N James
Online surfers are risking their hardware by downloading a software being dubbed win32/glengary.p. The dangerous software is a virus which is set to lie to the user to protect his hardware from mal-ware. The window tells the computer user that his computer is at risk and that serious threats have been found in his hardware. These threats if not neutralized using the win32/glengary.p. By downloading the win32/glengary.p, the hardware is badly infected and presumably would crash soon. Computer software developers are branding it some null pointer bugs which are fixed to corrupt the operating system. Computer anti virus like Kaspersky are being recommended as the best to get the virus out of the computers. However, other good softwareâ€™s are also being used to wipe the bug out of the computer system.
Many anti virus vendors and analysts are looking out for what is win32/glengary.p. The bug is being blamed for corrupting windows and slowing down the computer. Some software’s all which are available for downloading and corrupting files in the computer hardware are wextract.exe, glenwiry.p. They are being associated with Microsoft and this could culminate to Microsoft scum in the offing. Analysts are calling it a Trojan and a possible threat to the hardware. A lot of people are looking for help from various sources about what this bug could be and how to remove it from their systems and it is proving to be dangerous.