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Abraxas

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  1. discovered in April 1993, is an encrypted, overwriting, file infecting computer virus which infects .COM and .EXE files, although it does not infect command.com

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 11, 2009
  2. does not become memory resident

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  3. a computer virus discovered in 1993

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  4. Each time an infected file is executed, Abraxas infects the copy of dosshell.com located in the C:\DOS directory (creating the file if it doesn't exist), as well as one EXE file in the current directory

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  5. Due to a bug in the virus, only the first EXE file in any directory is infected

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  6. -infected files will become 1,171 bytes in length contain Abraxas' viral code

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