Threat Encyclopedia



  • Viral body is 1,445 bytes and is appended to the last section in 32 bit files
  • The last section header will be modified with two hex codes, 0x20 0x20 - the equivalent of two spaces - the significance is the naming of the virus - it also serves as a marker when the virus seeks itself in memory
  • Technique of virus when loading into memory makes it a Windows 95/98/Me spreading threat only, although other 32bit systems may host an infected file without incident
  • Some files may become corrupted after infection
  • The entry point of the virus points to code