"The D drive of the Eee Box B202, which launched in Japan last
week, contains a virus file named "recycled.exe," Asustek said in a
statement. When the drive is opened, the virus begins copying
itself to the main C drive on the machine and to any other
removable drives or USB memory connected to the computer." As usual, the affected operating system(s) is not named, though
we know there is only one that uses drive letters and
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