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>Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 11:02:57 -0500 (CDT)
>Message-Id: <199608011602.LAA23485@catena.soils.umn.edu>
>From: John Ladwig <jladwig@Soils.Umn.EDU>
>To: comp-sec@unet.unet.umn.edu
>Subject: New PC Virus [forwarded from Dale Swanson]
>
>This sounds consistent with the capabilities and methods of MS-Word
>trojan/viruses.  Beware.
>
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>- ----------------------------------------------------------
>
>My computer Department in Guidant has identified a new Word Macro 
>virus, please feel free to forward this message to the faculty group 
>if you deem it appropriate.
>
>Best regards,
>
>Julio C. Spinelli
>Adjoint Professor UMN
>Head CHF Research GUIDANT
>
>A new and  destructive Word Macro Virus has been identified!!!
>
>The virus name is "MDMA" and at this point we have not detected its
>presence within the Guidant Global network. However, this does not
>mean we are protected from infection at any time.  The Guidant IS
>staff is working to prevent the spread of this virus.  We are
>recommending that all users check their computer  for possible
>infection, following these instructions:
>
>1. Start Microsoft Word.
>2. Select the "Tools" menu option.
>3. Select the "Macro..." option from "Tools"
>4. Check the list of Macros; if you have a macro named "AutoClean" you
>are infected with the MDMA virus. 5. If you do not have the
>"AutoClean" macro, you are NOT infected with MDMA virus.
>
>This virus activates the first of every month.  It will insert a
>command in the AUTOEXEC.BAT file to delete all files and directories
>on the C: Drive.  To help prevent this, we would like you to make the
>AUTOEXEC.BAT file 'Read Only' using the following instructions, until
>further notice.  This will prevent the virus from modifying the
>AUTOEXEC.BAT file and from destroying any data on the C: Drive.
>
>
>
>Windows 3.1 Users:	
>Step	Action	
>1	From Windows, Select the File Manager Icon.	
>2	Select C:\ .	
>3	Highlight the AUTOEXEC.BAT file.	
>4	Select 'File' from the top menu options.	
>5	Select 'Properties'. 	
>6	In the attributes section, click the Read Only box.	
>7	Click OK.	
>
>
>
>Windows 95 Users:		
>Step	Action	
>1	Select Windows Explorer	
>2	Select C:.	
>3	Highlight the AUTOEXEC.BAT file	
>4	Select 'File' from the top menu options.	
>5	Select 'Properties'. 	
>6	In the attributes section, click the Read Only box.	
>7	Click OK.	
>
>
>Note: If you are installing software that rights to the AUTOEXEC.BAT
>file, you will need to clear the 'Read Only' attribute before
>installation and then re-flag it when complete.
>
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>

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