DATA ERROR[47 OF 94 93 F4 K5] Virus and Corrupted Excel and Word file


DATA ERROR [47 OF 94 93 F4 K5] VirusWhat causes this error?If you have this error then your computer is infected with the Win32/Mywife.E@mm worm / virus. It may also be known as the Kama Sutra, Kapser, KillAv, Small, Tearac, Nyxem.e, MyWife.d, Grew.a, or Blackmal.e worm. What does this virus do?This worm / virus searches, overwrites and corrupts files with the following extensions:.doc (Word).xls (Excel) .mdb (Access).mde (Access).ppt (PowerPoint).pps (PowerPoint).zip .rar (compresses files).pdf (Adbobe pdf files).psd (PhotoShop).dmp (Windows NT memory file)These virus corrupted files cannot be recovered. According to a Microsoft Security Bulletin:On systems that are infected by Win32/Mywife@E.mm virus , the malware is intended to permanently corrupt a number of common document format files on the third day of every month. February 3, 2006 is the first time this malware is expected to permanently corrupt the content of specific document format files. The malware also modifies or deletes files and registry keys associated with certain computer security-related applications. This prevents these applications from running when Windows starts.How did I get this virus?Most likely from an email attachment. When the worm infects a computer it searches the email address book and tries to send itself to all the addresses it fnds.How can I get rid of the virus?The Win32/Mywife.E worm can be removed with anti-virus software.Some Anti-Virus solutions are listed below:Kaspersky Anti-Virus Personal EditionAVG Anti Virus has paid and free versionsWhat next?The bad news is that these virus corrupted document files (Word, Excel etc..) cannot be recovered. The virus has permanently overwritten the files with DATA ERROR[47 OF 94 93 F4 K5]. These files can only be recovered from your last backup disk.Date Recovery Software may or may not be able to recover these files, as they have been overwritten, not corrupted.RecoverSoft Data Rescue Software Recommendations:1) back up your files regulary2) do not open unknown attachments - especially any file with an .exe extension.3) Use anti-virus software that regularly scans your hard-drive, scans on system start-up, and scans email attachments before you open them.', '




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