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Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2016 10:44:22 +0200
From: Georgi Guninski <>
Subject: According to, are hosting
 attachment .DOC virus

According to, 
are hosting attachment .DOC virus.

Would someone confirm or deny this?

Discalimer: Nothing personal against Debian
links to:

Submitting the last .doc URL at:
and then going to:
Go to downloaded file analysis

SHA256: 	c7210dc26e00a0d9f9bf8fb3b4850d52b62bb5836a7fa34bb669fc1b1553005e
File name: 	docyrW4BlUhzH.doc
Detection ratio: 	17 / 54

the first few results are:
AVG 	W97M/Downloader 	20160303
AVware 	Trojan-Downloader.O97M.Adnel.n (v) 	20160303
AegisLab 	W97M.Gen!c 	20160303
Arcabit 	HEUR.VBA.Trojan.e 	20160303
Avast 	VBA:Downloader-ABC [Trj] 	20160303
ESET-NOD32 	VBA/TrojanDownloader.Agent.AOM 	20160303

and some report it as clean.

The .doc is downloadable with the same checksum.

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