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The most common are network worms like shohand .There are also download viruses and malware and the storm worm
The most common virus is Trojan. A hacker can get control of your computer with a Trojan. Then he can steal confidential data. Crash your PC. For example: You saved your Cred…it Card Number in a document. The Hacker wants to steal the number. He may then add a Trojan in a software. You don't know that the file contains a Trojan. You downloaded it. Then when you will open it, your PC may unexpectedly restart. Then the Trojan will copy a file named,"Config.sys" which a computer needs in order to start. Then when it boots your anti virus might think that config.sys is a virus because there are 2 such files so, it will delete both of them. Your PC will not start. Then the hacker will get control and steal your document. And with the help of the internet connection he will download the file into his own computer.
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Phylum: Nematoda (roundworms) Class: Aves (birds) Order: Coleoptera (beetles and weevils), Calanoida (zooplankton) Family: Formicidae. (ants) Genus: Homo (human), Ratt…us (rats), Dermatophagoides (dust mite), Anopheles (mosquito) Species: Homo sapien (modern human), Rattus norvegicus (brown rat), Hypsibius dujardini (Tardigrada) see also: Ichthyes (Pisces, fish) humans birds or fish
pop-ups, infected websites.
Most of these havea cell wall or don't have a cell wall. They are multi cellular and cellular. They are either eukaryotic or prokaryotic. More information:
Viruses are often embedded in email attachments. They usually have an executable extension such as .exe, .com, or .chm. Often they are compressed into password protected ZIP a…rchives to avoid antivirus scanners built into the mail servers and clients. Occasionally the viruses are embedded as macro scripts in other types of files such as .doc, .pdf, etc... There has even been instances of virus code being embedded in JPG images files (GDI+ bug). Another common source of infection is by visiting a website which has either been compromised and embedded with malware, or which is malicious in nature. For example, many password trading websites and WAREZ sites contain viruses. By simply visiting the site with a vulnerable browser, you may be infected by a virus. This is becoming more common as attackers are compromising legitimate sites and embedding malware. Another source of infection is by inserting flash drives, or other portable media into an infected machine, and then into an uninfected machine. Viruses are often designed to transfer themselves to portable media in an effort to physically transport themselves to new environments. Finally, it is also possible to infect a machine by targeting vulnerabilities in network software such as windows file sharing or a web server like apache.
Human viruses are mostly spread by touching things that have viruses on them: doorknobs, handshakes, workout machines, and so forth. Oh, yeah, once you have the viruses on you…r hands, you pick your nose, rub your eyes, and maybe put your fingers in your mouth - then, you have a great chance of coming down with a virus. So wash your hands often!
Just regular old level 1 computer viruses.
destruction of cells by viral reproduction .
If you mean the most common form, it's the beetle; if you mean the most individual critters, it's worms.