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Virus Encyclopedia

Welcome to the Virus Encyclopedia of Panda Security.

Univ.LC

Threat LevelModerate threatDamageHighDistributionNot widespread
Common name:Univ.LC
Technical name:Univ.LC
Threat level:Low
Type:Virus
Effects:  

It is a detection of different files infected by MS-DOS viruses that are either damaged or manually modified in an attempt to avoid detection by antivirus programs.

Affected platforms:

MS-DOS

First detected on:Jan. 7, 2004
Detection updated on:July 15, 2009
StatisticsNo

Brief Description 

    

Univ.LC is not a specific virus, but a detection of different files infected by MS-DOS viruses that are either damaged or manually modified in an attempt to avoid detection by antivirus programs.

Therefore, if Univ.LC is detected, it means that any of these non-viable, damaged or modified files containing code from a MS-DOS virus, is present in your computer.

Univ.LC does not spread using its own means, but it infects other files. It reaches computers when these infected files are distributed, which can enter computers through any of the typical means of transmission, which include, among others, floppy disks, CD-ROMs, e-mail messages with attached files, Internet downloads, FTP, IRC channels, peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing networks, etc.

Visible Symptoms 

    

Univ.LC is difficult to recognize, as it does not display any messages or warnings that indicate it has reached the computer.