WM/Taguchi is a simple Word macro virus that activates when an infected document is closed.
At this point the virus infects the global template and all documents closed thereafter.
Based on the settings of your F-Secure security product, it will either move the file to the quarantine where it cannot spread or cause harm, or remove it.
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WM/Taguchi.A activates its payload on February 2nd. Then it inserts the following text to the active document:
* nEUrOtIc cpU vIrUz *
The text is inserted over and over again until user presses "ESC" to abort.
WM/Taguchi.B is functionally identical with WM/Taguchi.A except this variant does not have a payload.
WM/Taguchi.C is a corrupted variant of WM/Taguchi.B. When an infected document is closed, the virus causes Word to display the following Visual Basic error message:
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