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VIRSIGS.CPS 17671 10841 deflated

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Contents of the DOSSIG.TXT file



CENTRAL POINT ANTI-VIRUS SIGNATURE UPDATE

*Signature File Update Information for DOS Versions other than Version 1.0*

The self-extracting archive file named DOSSIG.EXE is for users of Central
Point Anti-Virus Version 1.1 and all future versions. It contains an update
file that includes additional virus signatures as of July 30, 1992.

This update works with Central Point Anti-Virus Version 1.1 or later.

To update your version of Central Point Anti-Virus, follow these steps:

1. If you are on CompuServe or the Central Point BBS, download the
self-extracting archive file as DOSSIG.EXE to a temporary directory
on your hard drive.

If you have the Central Point Anti-Virus Signature Disk, copy the
self-extracting archive file DOSSIG.EXE to a temporary directory on
your hard drive.

2. Run DOSSIG.EXE to extract the update signature file, VIRSIGS.CPS, and
the Read Me file, DOSSIG.TXT, which contains this file and an updated
list of virus signatures included in the VIRSIGS.CPS file.

3. Copy the VIRSIGS.CPS file to the directory on your hard drive containing
the Central Point Anti-Virus files.

4. Reboot your computer to invoke the new signatures when you run VSAFE.

5. Run the Central Point Anti-Virus program.

The virus list is updated automatically when you run the program.

There are some virus signatures included in the VIRSIGS.CPS file that have
the same name as viruses already detected by your version of Central Point
Anti-Virus. As new variants of viruses are found, we may add the
variant signature to the signature file to increase the virus detection
capability. Since the name of the variant is, in most cases, the same as
the original virus name, it will show up in the virus list only once and
will not be added to the total virus count.

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To update PC Tools VDEFEND Version 7.1, follow these steps:

1. If you are on CompuServe or the Central Point BBS, download the
self-extracting archive file as DOSSIG.EXE to a temporary directory
on your hard drive.

If you have the Central Point Anti-Virus Signature Disk, copy the
self-extracting archive file DOSSIG.EXE to a temporary directory on
your hard drive.

2. Run DOSSIG.EXE to extract the update signature file, VIRSIGS.CPS, and
the Read Me file, DOSSIG.TXT, which contains this file and an updated
list of virus signatures included in the VIRSIGS.CPS file.

3. Copy the VIRSIGS.CPS file to the directory on your hard disk containing
the PC Tools VDEFEND file (normally the PCTOOLS directory).

4. Reboot your computer to invoke the new signatures when you run VDEFEND.
Look for the message "XXX external signatures were read," which should
appear after the VDEFEND box, with XXX being the number of new signatures
added, if the signature file was properly extracted and copied to the
correct directory.


There are some virus signatures included in the VIRSIGS.CPS file that have
the same name as viruses already detected by VDEFEND. As new variants of
viruses are found, we may add the variant signature to the signature file
to increase the virus detection capability. The signatures are handled
internally, and the user cannot see a virus list. This may cause the number
of external signatures listed to differ from the actual number of signatures
added.


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To update PC Tools Version 8 signatures for CPAV and VSAFE, follow these
steps:

1. If you are on CompuServe or the Central Point BBS, download the
self-extracting archive file as DOSSIG.EXE to a temporary directory
on your hard drive.

If you have the Central Point Anti-Virus Signature Disk, copy the
self-extracting archive file DOSSIG.EXE to a temporary directory on
your hard drive.

2. Run DOSSIG.EXE to extract the update signature file, VIRSIGS.CPS, and
the Read Me file, DOSSIG.TXT, which contains this file and an updated
list of virus signatures included in the VIRSIGS.CPS file.

3. Copy the VIRSIGS.CPS file to the directory on your hard disk containing
the PC Tools data files (normally the PCTOOLS\DATA directory).

4. Reboot your computer to invoke the new signatures when you run VSAFE.
Look for the message "XXX external signatures were read," which should
appear after the VSAFE box, with XXX being the number of new signatures
added, if the signature file was properly extracted and copied to the
correct directory.

5. Run CPAV and view the Virus List to see the list of viruses detected
by CPAV.

There are some virus signatures included in the VIRSIGS.CPS file that have
the same name as viruses already detected by VSAFE and CPAV. As new variants
of viruses are found, we may add the variant signature to the signature file
to increase the virus detection capability. With VSAFE, the signatures are
handled internally, and the user cannot see a virus list. This may cause the
number of external signatures listed to differ from the actual number of
signatures added.


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Virus signatures contained within the VIRSIGS.CPS file dated 04/17/92.

1241, 1244, 1701-A, 1876, 191, 1963 A, 757, 765, 864, 907,
Ada, Adolph, Afri, Amilia, Anto, Argentin, ATT-149, Barcelona 1,
Base-463, Base-540, Base 575, Base 606, Be Ware, Beast-NBL, Beta, BigJoke,
Black Wiz 2, BlackJack 5B, BlackJack 7B, Bob, Boojum, Brainy, Brothers,
Bulgarian, Burghofer, Cad Kill, Casc, Cascade, Cascade 1, Castellon, Caz-B,
CB 1530, ChanguMangu, Copmpl, Copyright, CSL, CZ, Dark Evil, DataCrime II,
Day10, Day10, Delyrium, DM, Dutch Tiny, Eliza, Enigma 1, Enigma 2, Europe,
EvilEmpire, Exterm v1.0, F-709, Fake VirX, Fumble, Gergana 1, Gergana 2,
Gergana 3, Gergana 4, Gosia, Gotcha, Gotcha C, GP2, GP3, Grapje, GrowingBlock,
Hary Anto, Hero, Hey you, Hitchcock, Horse 9, Hungarian, Hydra-0, Hydra-1,
Hydra-2, Hydra-3, Hydra-4, Hydra-5, Hydra-6, Hydra-7, Hydra-8, Illnes,
Infinity, Intercept, Iron Maden, JD 158, Jebberwocky, Jer.Einstein,
Jer.Miky, Jerusalem 1, Kamasya, Karin, KBug 1, KBug 2, Kranz, Kuku, Kuzmitch,
Leprosy C, Leprosy D, Liberty SSSS, LitelBrother, Lozinsky, M Face, Macabi,
Micro Pox, Migram, Mini 45, Minimal 1, Mirror, Mono, Moskito Topo, MPS 1.1,
MPS 3.1, MPS 3.2, MPS-OPC, MSTU, Mutant, Mute, New Com, New Virus, Nines,
November 17, Nuke, NV-71, Omega, Path, Pathhunt, PCflu, Peach, PlovDiv,
PlovDiv 1.3, Poem, Polish 45, Polish Color, Polish Mini, Possess 1, QMU,
Quiet, Rage, Rape 10, Rape 11, Scoda, Seventh son, Shadow Byte, Sigalit,
Sigalit PT, Smob-1A, Socha, Something, Sov v1.0, Sov v2.0, Squeaker,
StinkFoot, SVC v6.0, Thursday 12, Tokyo, Tony, Traveller, Tuesday 1,
Tuesday 2, Tuesday 3, Tuesday 4, TUQ, USSR 311, V2, V21, V472, VacsinaLoadr,
VHP 361, VHP 757, VHP 776, Vienna Dr.Q, Violator B3, Voronez, W13-REQ!, Words,
Yankee I, Yankee II.

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Additional Virus Signatures included in VIRSIGS.CPS dated 04/30/92.

Anthrax 1, Chemmy-A, CKsum 1, Crazyimp, Crew 3, Criminal, Feist, H-262,
H-365, H-634, H-644, H-880, Marauder, Monxla B, Omicron 6, Phoenix 2000,
Phoenix, Plus 268, Rosen, SIS 1, SIS 2, Smiley, Sopwith, Sunday IV, Timid,
Tony B, Vienna 943, Vriest, WereHere, Word 1387.

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Additional Virus Signatures included in VIRSIGS.CPS dated 05/29/92.

1706, 1720-C, Anti-D, Emf, Fil, Freew-692, HH&H, Kit, Leprosy E, Mshark,
Padded-A, Rocko, Telecom 2, Terminator

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Additional Virus Signatures included in VIRSIGS.CPS dated 06/26/92.

Burger, Cancer, CMOS Killer, Color, Drop Boot 2, Null 178, WWT-03, 7th Son


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Additional Virus Signatures included in VIRSIGS.CPS dated 07/30/92.

1792, 1992, Base-575, Burger 404, CSL Beta, CSL V4, CSL V5, Cannabis,
Cannabis 1, Cracker Jk.1, CrazyImp, DI-101, DI-108, DI-110, DIR II-A,
Dropper 4, Dropper 5, Dropper 6, Dropper 7, Dropper 8, Fake Vir X,
Fish Boot, H-2332, H-2332, Hilton Boot, Hilton, HitchCock, Infected, Intruder,
JD-276, JD-358, JD-392, JD-448, Japan Virus, Kill Roy, LCV, LZ, MPS 1.2,
Moctezu 2, Moctezu 3, Mshark v1.0, Murphy 5, Number 2, PLO, Pixl 11, Pixl 12,
Psycho, SVC v4.1, Sentinel 2, Sentinel 3, Shield, Small 38, Stahlpla, Stealth,
Stealth 1, Sylvia 1, Terminator, Terminator 2, Timid 1, Tony, Troi, Viper,
Voronez 2.02, Voronez 370, Wolverine, Wonder 1, ZRK 2968.

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Additional Virus Signatures included in VIRSIGS.CPS dated 08/31/92

572, AntiCad 3, Burger 2, Close, Dutch, Emmie, Forger 2, Friends, Hafen 1,
Ministry, Mummy 2, Munich, Possessed 4, Richards, Spanish Fool, UNK,
Warrior X, YAP, ZU 1


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Additional Virus Signatures included in VIRSIGS.CPS dated 10/31/92

Bopyr, Busted, Demoralize 1, Dropper 10, Dropper 9, Fichv 3, Grenda, Intimit,
LockUp, Merde 3, Merde 5, Merde 6, MK, MK 1, MK 20h, Murphy 6, Shhs, Th 1,
Th 2, Th 3, Viniscul, Voil-c 500

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Additional Virus Signatures included in VIRSIGS.CPS dated 11/30/92

Abraxas, Anna, Arc v93 Chad, FCB, G Spot, Geek, H-705, Hanji, Inject, Itti 1,
LittleBrothr, Mut-Rock, Npox 2, OW 27, OW 27-B, OW 28, Tmtmid, TRV-50,
V-BNB 3



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