Top Internet security software companies such as Kaspersky, McAfee, and BitDefender offer worm and virus removal tools as a part of their virus protection software. Unfortunately, these utilities will cost a pretty penny, and many must be updated yearly.
One of the most disturbing types of computer worms or viruses, however, is a type of worm that carries passwords to x rated websites. W32/Melissa has been contained, but the virus spread at a rapid pace back in 1999 by integrating itself into program or data files.
The worm 32 virus (W32.Blaster.Worm) has a number of versions and all are hazardous to your computer. In fact, these pesky little viruses may make it difficult to connect to the Internet to download malicious software removal tools that can help.