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File: mslaugh.exe
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BLASTER.E WORM exploits the DCOM vulnerability using TCP port 135. The worm targets only Windows 2000 and Windows XP computers.

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There were 53 user requests for that file. 2 users classify it as neutral. 5 users considered the file to be suspicious. 14 users classify it as bad and recommend to delete mslaugh.exe. 1 user didn't classify it ("don't know").

RatingLöscht wichtige Windows Daten und bringt Computer zum Absturz!! Thorsten Mösneck
RatingAppeared on my PC for no known reason S Anscombe
RatingThe Blaster worm. Without the security patch from Microsoft, this virus can install itself just by you being connected to the Internet (you don't need to do anything to get it).  link for more info Inuyasha
RatingVirus Mark Osude
RatingWhen I connect online this dumb worm reboots my computer. Wilton
RatingThis file termninates the RPC in the Windows XP. Resulting a system crash and imediate restart.
RatingDer Blaster.E Wurm infiziert Win 2000 und XP Rechner. Cleverer kleiner Mistkerl...  link for more info Karsten Spies
RatingThis program uses some shady techniques such as code hiding and encryption to make it less obvious, and unreadable, and appears to autodial to other computers and to other ports on the current computer. Also the file contains the following text "mslaugh.exeI dedicate this p¢²ÀÝartu r straino m~+²+ANG3L - hopyeenjoy ¦ ¦gself andKont forge¯¦¥¦tN(promTeDBi¦¯²/DAY !" Jonathan Rennison
RatingCauses a timed (ntfs authority etc.) shutdown while surfing. Haralambos Greece
RatingOn xp,turn on your fiewall,before connecting to the web,(click Start-Settings-Network Connections-right click your connection-Advanced-check the protect my computer etc;box-click .OK. Haralambos Greece
RatingIt seems that it's possible to disable it from MSConfig, in the "Startup" tab. Name Not Supplied
RatingTo remove mslaugh.exe load winXP, press Ctrl+Alt+Del and terminate the mslaugh.exe procedure. Then run msconfig to disable mslaugh.exe. Finally go to Start - Search and write mslaugh.* to find and delete all. Reboot your PC and it is OK (most of the times). It also works for msblast.exe and others. And something else: Install a firewall program like Zonealarm (freeware). Don't count on windows firewall except if you have done all the updates (e.g. SP2). Zonealarm is better though. Manolis Greece
RatingEssa tranqueira apareceu no meu pc. Inexplicavelmente o comp. enviava dados o tempo todo (upload). Quando deletei o mslaugh.exe ficou normal de novo. cangaceiro
RatingThe worm appeared during WindowsUpdate of sp1 foofoo
Ratingyou can remove it without problems using the removal tools on the following link.. (bitdefender)  link for more info Seb
RatingWhy do people bother! It loads into the registry - hkeyLM/software/microsoft/windows/curentversion/run Robert
RatingIt causes errors and unexpected shutdowns Anonymous
RatingJust to a "shutdown -a" to stop the shutdown while you remove it
Ratingsounds alot like one that once infected my computer, mine was called msblast.exe i found it through windows search. killed it by deactivating it in task manager then quickly deleting it before it launched itself again. it will give you approximately 5-10 seconds to delete it before it re-launches. likes to shutdown the computer alot. MICK FROM AUSTRALIA
RatingWhen u get the RPC error that shuts ur comp after 60 secs, type shutdown -a in start run. This supresses shutdown of ur comp. save ur files. reboot, and update ur system with patch. Pau
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