Removing Win32 Bagle.HE Worm
Unlike most viruses, worms do not usually modify or "infect" existing files on a computer. They are usually self-containedfiles, often dropped into system folders such as the Windows folder. Therefore, removing a worm from a computer should simplybe a matter of identifying and deleting the files it installed, and the registry links that may be pointing to them. However,removal may be made more complicated because:
Removing Win32 Bagle.HE worm
Virus scanners are good at detecting and removing the files belonging to worms, but they often do not repair or remove theregistry changes correctly. Therefore an anti-virus program can sometimes do more harm than the worm, by removing it andleaving the computer unusable, or displaying various error messages when you use it.