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March 28, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
A new computer virus can e-mail documents without warning, a potential security breach that should worry businesses and governments, an expert at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh said. The "Melissa macro" spreads via infected e-mail and attacks computers loaded with Microsoft's Word 97 or Word 2000 programs, according to the Computer Emergency Response Team, Carnegie Mellon's Department of Defense-funded computer security team.
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March 28, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
A new computer virus can e-mail documents without warning, a potential security breach that should worry businesses and governments, an expert at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh said. The "Melissa macro" spreads via infected e-mail and attacks computers loaded with Microsoft's Word 97 or Word 2000 programs, according to the Computer Emergency Response Team, Carnegie Mellon's Department of Defense-funded computer security team.
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