ABC (computer virus)
ABC, discovered in October 1992, is a memory-resident, file-infecting computer virus which infects EXE files and may alter both COM and EXE files. ABC activates on the 13th day of every month.Upon inf...
Jerusalem (computer virus)
Jerusalem is a DOS virus first detected in Jerusalem, in October 1987. On infection, the Jerusalem virus becomes memory resident (using 2kb of memory), and then infects every executable file run, exc...
AIDS (computer virus)
AIDS is a computer virus written in Turbo Pascal 3.01a which overwrites com files. AIDS is the first virus known to exploit the MS-DOS "corresponding file" vulnerability. In MS-DOS, if both foo.com an...
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Scott's Valley (computer virus)
Scott's Valley [sic] is a computer virus, a member of the Slow virus family and distantly related to the Jerusalem virus family. It was discovered in September 1990 in Scotts Valley, Cali...
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AGI-Plan
AGI-Plan was a memory resident DOS file infector first isolated at the Agiplan software company in Germany. Because of CARO standards that dictate that viruses should not be named after companies, AG...
Abraxas (computer virus)
Abraxas, also known as Abraxas5, 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. It do...
Xandu.2385 (computer virus)
Xandu.2385 is a computer virus that spreads through infected DOS .exe (executable) files. It was first identified in December 1994.Xandu.2385 is a memory resident virus that infects EXE files in DOS o...
ARCV-n (computer virus)
ARCV-n is a term for a large family of viruses authored by the ARCV group through October - November 1992 and polymorphed with the PS-MPC virus generation tool (hence they are very similar). ARCV-n vi...
Michelangelo (computer virus)
The Michelangelo virus is a computer virus first discovered in 4 February 1991 in Australia. The virus was designed to infect DOS systems, but did not engage the operating system or make any OS calls....
Cascade (computer virus)
The Cascade virus is a prominent computer virus that was a resident written in assembly, and it was widespread in the 1980s and early 1990s. It infected .COM files and had the effect of making text on...
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Natas (computer virus)
Natas (Satan spelled backwards) is a virus written by James Gentile, a then-18-year-old hacker from San Diego, California who went by the alias of "Little Loc" and later "Priest".
Natas is a memor...
Westwood (computer virus)
Westwood is a computer virus, a variant of the Jerusalem family, discovered August 1990, in Westwood, Los Angeles, California.The virus was isolated by a UCLA engineering student who discovered it in ...
Brain (computer virus)
Brain is the industry standard name for a computer virus that was released in its first form in January 1986, and is considered to be the first computer virus for MS-DOS. It infects the boot sector of...
Alcon (computer virus)
Alcon, or RSY (which is more or less as commonly used of a name as Alcon), is a computer virus that was discovered to be spreading in Europe in 1997. It is a boot virus.
Alcon is a standard boot ...
SOLANO 2000 (computer virus)
Solano 2000 is a computer virus that was discovered in the city of Vacaville, California, in March 1990. It is a standard variant of the Dyslexia virus family and is named after Solano County, Califor...
Ah (computer virus)
Ah (also known as Tuesday and Jerusalem.Ah) is a very buggy computer virus which infects COM files. Ah is based on the V1024 virus, and originated in Italy in May 1991. When the first program infecte...
Acid (computer virus)
Acid is a computer virus which infects .COM and .EXE files including command.com. Each time an infected file is executed, Acid infects all of the .EXE files in the current directory. Later, if an infe...
Ontario (computer virus)
This article contains all the viruses of Ontario family.Ontario.512 is a computer virus, discovered in July 1990. It is named after its point of isolation, the Canadian province of Ontario.This famil...
Sunday (computer virus)
Sunday is a computer virus, a member of the Jerusalem virus family. It was discovered in November 1989 after a number of simultaneous reports from Seattle, Washington, United States, and surrounding...
Ada (computer virus)
Ada is a computer virus that can affect any of the DOS operating systems. Ada was first discovered in 1991.
Ada virus was first discovered in Argentina in October, 1991.
Whale (computer virus)
The Whale virus is a computer virus discovered on July 1, 1990. The file size, at 9,216 bytes, was for its time the largest virus ever discovered. It is known for using several advanced "stealth" meth...
Ambulance (computer virus)
Ambulance or Ambulance Car is a computer virus that infected MS-DOS in June 1990; it was discovered in Germany.
The Ambulance does not become a memory resident; it only infects one .COM file in an...
Techno (computer virus)
The Techno.com virus, more commonly known as the "Techno Virus", is a computer virus that infects DOS. It infects .COM files including COMMAND.COM. The Virus is loaded into the memory by executing an...
Ping-Pong virus
The Ping-Pong virus (also called Boot, Bouncing Ball, Bouncing Dot, Italian, Italian-A or VeraCruz) is a boot sector virus discovered on March 1, 1988 at the University of Turin in Italy. It was likel...
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Agena (computer virus)
Agena is a computer virus first discovered in Spain in September 1992. It is a memory resident, file infecting computer virus which infects .COM and .EXE files, including command.com. Agena becomes ...
A and A (computer virus)
A & A is a computer virus which infects COM files. It changes an infected program’s time and date stamp to the date and time of infection. When activated, the virus clears and reprints blocks of t...