en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melissa_(computer_virus)

The Melissa virus was a mass-mailing macro virus. As it was not a standalone program, it was not a worm. It targeted Microsoft Word and Outlook-based systems ...

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Melissa is a fastspreading macro virus that is distributed as an email attachment that when opened disables a number of safeguards in Word 97 or Word 20...

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Mar 25, 2019 ... Two decades ago, computer viruses were still relatively new notions to most Americans, but the fast-moving and destructive Melissa virus ...

www.welivesecurity.com/2016/07/15/flashback-friday-melissa-virus

Jul 15, 2016 ... In 1999, David L. Smith launched the Melissa virus. Within a few hours, it had infected thousands of computers. We take a look back at its ...

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10: Melissa - The Melissa virus was a Microsoft Word macro that sent itself to the victim's address book contacts. Learn about the Melissa virus.

malware.wikia.org/wiki/Melissa

Melissa is a macro virus that appeared in spring of 1999. The virus received a great deal of media attention and like Michelangelo caused little damage, ...

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Mar 26, 2009 ... It all started with just one file being uploaded to the internet. An infected Word document was posted to the alt.sex usenet newsgroup on March ...

www.insidehook.com/article/history/melissa-virus-changed-internet

Mar 26, 2019 ... It was March 26, 1999. People were still adjusting to using email on a regular basis, and Microsoft Outlook had only been around for a few ...

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Apr 26, 2017 ... Computer dictionary definition for what Melissa virus means including related links, information, and terms.