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Well, well. I was looking for a program online. And so, it appeared as a .bat file. However, It looked suspiciously small at 53 kB. So, before I ran it, I opened it up in notepad and voila, a virus. So, I shredded the file with the windows 7 shredder, but not before copying the code. Can someone tell me what this code snippet would do?

@echo off
:loop
cd "C:/"
md "PC Killar"
goto loop

Whatever you do, don't run it in command prompt!
Just let me know what would happen.

Thanks,
Emanfman

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It executes line 3 and 4 over and over again:

cd "C:/"
md "PC Killar"
cd "C:/"
md "PC Killar"
cd "C:/"
md "PC Killar"
cd "C:/"
md "PC Killar"
cd "C:/"
md "PC Killar"
..etc...

I wouldn't really call that a virus. Just a nuisance batch file.

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It executes line 3 and 4 over and over again:

cd "C:/"
md "PC Killar"
cd "C:/"
md "PC Killar"
cd "C:/"
md "PC Killar"
cd "C:/"
md "PC Killar"
cd "C:/"
md "PC Killar"
..etc...

I wouldn't really call that a virus. Just a nuisance batch file.

I knew that... But what is PC Killar?

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