There’s potentionally millions of Trojan Horses, Viruses, Worms and other malicious software floating around the World Wide Web. They’re not hard to create, especially when half the source codes are freeware. Even 12 year olds can make them, and in fact some do. My point is that it’s not possible to have all viruses in the wild published here, but with your help, we can list more on The Virus Library website than on any other single resource site online. Viruses are made every single day, and for that simple fact we gradually add more and more.
Name/Alias: One of most likely many names of a specific Trojan, Virus or Worm.
Created: Recommended date the Trojan was created/unleashed to the public.
OS: Operating System the Trojan, Virus or Worm should work on.
Location: Location(s) of where you can manually find and delete the malicious program found in ‘regedit’. Though it is recommended to have your AntiVirus program do this.
TBD: To Be Determined.
DNR: Does Not Register.
NA: Not Applicable.