Threat description




Satria is a typical boot sector virus, which only spreads from a machine to another via floppy disks and propogates when a machine is booted with an infected floppy in drive A:. After this all floppies get infected during access.

Satria activates on the fourth of July. When an infected machine is booted on this date, the virus displays a graphic which says 'I <heart> U'. Otherwise the virus just spreads.

Satria also contains two unencrypted texts which are never displayed: 'My Honey B'day' and 'SATRIA'.


Automatic action

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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Technical Details


This version displays a slightly different screen when activating. It also overwrites the original MBR without saving a copy of it.

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