BadPiggiesDestructive.exe (Bad Piggies) is a trojan horse virus for Windows 32 (Only works on Windows 7). However a user receives the Bad Piggies trojan when they run it, they will experience the Bad Piggies theme song playing, a couple of glitches, and their MBR will be overwritten once it reaches the MBR payload after a BSOD crash. This trojan is made by mr. virus.
Payload: After several seconds of launching the trojan, it shows a repack from the BadPiggiesDestructive.exe trojan, with a wallpaper of Bad Piggies, a game by Rovio, and in the bottom right, there is a purple button with russian text, that means "Install". When you click the purple button from the bottom-right, it installs the BadPiggies trojan. And when you restart your system after the BadPiggies trojan installation, It will change your wallpaper into a screenshot of the gameplay of Bad Piggies, after the welcome screen. BadPiggiesDestructive.exe greets the user with a desktop wallpaper about a screenshot of the Bad Piggies gameplay, and then the trojan will start with the Bad Piggies theme song. When the Bad Piggies theme song played, It also leads you to a flashing inverted desktop (Just like MEMZ), and also followed by a TV static effect for several seconds. Once the TV static effect stopped for a while, It stretches your desktop with a stretchy glitch effect, and also locks your desktop with another Bad Piggies wallpaper. The wallpaper locks your desktop for several seconds, until the screen is spammed with message boxes with a text that said "BAD PIGGIES", and the message boxes are drawing all over the screen, followed by the same stretchy glitch effect, and the same TV static effect as well. It will then automatically lead you to a user account control called pig.exe, which will then lead you to a BSOD crash. It also leads you to the Master Boot Record, overwritten with a black screen with a minion pig.
At this point Windows is no longer usable, and when you reboot your system, the same MBR will appear again, which means your system is destroyed by the BadPiggiesDestructive.exe trojan.