possible aliases (search term "HLLO". McAfee)
HLL.ow.11056 , HLLO.11056 (Trend, F-Prot), HLLO.Havoc.11056 (AVP/KAV),
HLLO.3968The virus over writes the infected file, thus making them useless.
They must be replaced from backup. The virus over writes selected .EXE files
with 3968 bytes of itself. Other than it displaying "A-13465 [B]", no other
payload was found.
HLLO.4870.B 4870 is an overwriting, file infecting virus. It does not become
memory resident. It infects .COM and .EXE files, including COMMAND.COM.
Each time an infected file is executed, the virus infects an uninfected .COM
or .EXE file in the current directory.
The 4870 Overwriting virus was isolated in February, 1991. It's origin or
isolation point is not known
WM/MAGNUM.A (aliases: HLL.ow.11056 , HLLO.11056 (Trend, F-Prot),
HLLO.Havoc.11056 (AVP/KAV), Magnum.6984 (NAV)
This virus propagates by infecting Word Documents in Microsoft WORD Versions
6.x / 7.x on Windows and Macintosh platforms. The virus consists of these
MAGNUM, TOOLSMACRO, EXTRASMAKRO
in an infected document. The virus becomes active by using a Shortcut for
the Space key.
Looks like a whole family of nasty bugs. descriptions from McAfee virus
info pages with search term "HLLO" more, too numerous to copy, none
exactly matching your name.
"Jan van Gastel" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> My new virsusscanner Norman detected a virus I never heard of:
> HLLO.Hmon.13793. Does anybody know this virus?