Flannel-shirted grunge icon Kurt Cobain has appeared from beyond the grave to haunt computer users in the form of a virus.
A Nirvana-obsessed virus writer has released a Word 97 macro virus that changes user information and displays lyrics to the band's songs.
WM97/Panggil-C will reset the Word user name, user initials and user address to include 'Grunge' in them.
If the user accesses Tools/Macro the virus will use the Office Assistant to display the message: "GRUNGE Is Block Your System. System Is Disabled By (Grunge). You Can't Open VBMacro Code On this time, because the System isBusy please check on your administrator system."
In an apparent 'tribute' to Cobain the virus also displays lyrics from the Nirvana song 'Dumb' - "The Sun Is Gone But I Have a Light (1967-1994)" - when Word exits on Mondays and Fridays.
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