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Old 11-17-2015, 02:55 PM   #1
GWillakers
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Windows Defender scanned my files

Well windows defender scanned my files and came up with two hits.

Something in a SUSE Linux 7.3 distribution (ISO).
I don't remember if I downloaded that from the web or if it was from a CD from a purchased book.

However the next infected ISO is more interesting, as it was an included disk of essential application programs that came with the Intel D975XBX board.
The virus was embedded in a Russian written Word processing app.
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