Risen Flash Drive

my flash drive

My flash drive became ill and was cured through the help of a guy who perhaps was named after the saint himself. Apparently, spirituality can also be drawn from technology.

I was finally able to go home after draining yet fruitful week of work. Unfortunately, I found out my handy flash drive was infected by a virus.

When I inserted it at the usb port, I was not able to view the files it contain. Right-clicking the same drive revealed a new option. Instead of the usual open option, the words I LOVE MY PEANUT replace it.

I tried to heal it by AVG but to no avail. Good thing it is not that harmful like the one that will restart your computer. I was still able to access the net and look for a solution.

I googled it and was led to Titus' Site. It says that the virus was originally called imgkulot and that what's in my flash drive is just one of its evolving names. Titus offered two solutions but the first one worked outright so the more complicated one was unnecessary.

I downloaded the anti imgkulot program and ran it in my PC. Then, I was rid of the virus and gladly accessed my files.

Thanks to Titus! :)

Happy Easter to All!


1 comments:

donna de gracia said...

hindi kaya ikaw mismo ang virus ng sarili mong usb? yong IMGKULOT?
ang ibig sabihin non IMAGE KULOT... eh di ikaw nga yon...nyahahahhahhaa!!
joke! peace tayo!

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