This is a simple Word 97 macro virus. The most common variant, WM/Blee.D was posted to the alt.cracks newsgroup on 25th of December, 1997.
This variant attempts to display this text on Saturdays:
VicodinES is probably high on painkillers right now"
It will also attempt to put this data in the Summary Info of the current document:
Author: = VicodinES Title: = Another W97M/Blee.Poppy Infected Document Subject: Macro Virus Infection by The Narkotic Network Comments: Hello from VicodinES and The Narkotic Network ... we mean you no harm"
The virus contains these comments which are not displayed.
W97M/Blee.Poppy.II this is version II(ES) (with no blee payload) By VicodinES Macro Virus for Word 97 "Sloppy Code For A Sloppy Red Mess"
Virus also has code to attempt to delete all Word template files if the global template has been write-protected. Otherwise it does nothing but spreads.
WM/Blee.D has been reported to be in the wild globally.
Depending on the settings of your F-Secure security product, it will either automatically delete, quarantine or rename the suspect file, or ask you for a desired action.
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