Threat Encyclopedia

Selected viruses, spyware, and other threats: sorted alphabetically

Singapore

Singapore.521
This is a direct action COM infector. Its length is 521 bytes. Upon execution it searches for a file to attack. If the keyboard buffer is not empty it will start blinking the keyboard LED diodes. After four blinks (CapsLock, NumLock, ScrollLock, ScrollLock) it will remove 1 byte from the keyboard buffer. This operation is repeated until the buffer is empty.

Singapore.910
This is also a direct action COM infector. It is 910 bytes long and it is encrypted. The virus increases the length of the infected file by a random value. It contains a code which when activated deletes the contents of CMOS, sectors on disk and writes the word: “SINGAPORE”.

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