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VBS.Autorun.Nar-1 is a virus I have encountered and want to know more about so I can be sure more of my computers have no9t and will not be re-infected and if they do what damage will this virus do?

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It's not a virus, but a worm. It's intent is to hjack your browser. It will download things, like popups, and ads, that you would not want. You shouldn't need to worry about it if you keep your anti-virus and anti-spyware applications up to date. If you feel the machine is infected, restart the machine in safe mode, run a scan with your anti-virus/spyware software, and allow it to fix what it finds.

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