Which new Viruses are caught with the GMS Anti-Virus definition files released on 08 May 2003?

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GMS Anti-Virus uses multiple detection techniques, including heuristics. It has very strong disinfection capabilities and prevents infected incoming or outgoing emails from reaching a users mailbox. It detects and disinfects 100% of all viruses in-the-wild. These are viruses that pose a real world threat. The automatic virus definition update mechanism (patent pending) provides maximum peace of mind, using a secure but firewall friendly integrated messaging vehicle.

The latest definition files are dated as follows:

SIGN.DEF created 7. May 2003
MACRO.DEF created 5. May 2003

The list of additional Viruses detected with this release is as follows:
Ardurk.A@mm
Camel.426
Confuse.547
Cydog.D
Exelauncher.A
Idyll.1468
Kuarahy.4608.B
Kuksec.A
Lovelorn.B@mm
Necrole.A
Necrole.B
Necrole.C
Necrole.D
Offspring.1550
Rainsong.4266.A
Rainsong.4266.B
SillyC.112.D
SillyC.157.C
SillyC.159.C
SillyC.160.D
SillyC.230.F
SillyC.510
SillyCR.655
Trion.C
W97M/Nid.E
W97M/ZWMVC1.A@mm
Wanhope.1388
Wanhope.1393
Wanhope.1424
Weird.20480
Weird.32768
X97M/Laroux.OQ
Ylang.1536.D

Keywords:virus definition update signature files

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