JizAnSi 1.2 Gagvirus:
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        Filelength 22008 bytes unpacked.


        This file is spreaded as new ANSI converter for the AMIGA.
        Quite nice. If you start it, a little window will be opened
        and the following texts appears:

        Formatting cylinder xx
        Verifiying cylinder xx

        The programms increases the cylindernumbers. It`s probably
        written in GFA Basic and the creator the the virus had access
        to the original source of it, because the routines are not
        simply linked on it, they are implented.

        Better delete the file !!!


        (I don`t know, if a real JizAnsi 1.2 is existing.)



        Spreaded with the following FILE-ID:
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         ______/\________ _____/\ ________________  
         \____/   ______//    /  \\______   \____/
           \_/    \_   \/    /\   \|    |\   \_/    
             \     |    \    \/   /|   /\/   /      
              \__  _____/\_______/ |___\  __/       
        <--------\/-- GL0BAL 0VERD0SE --\/--------->
        Cracked: JiZaNSi 1.2 - IFF 2 Ansi Converter
        <------------------------------------------>




        Here the short document:
        ------------------------


        >Released on : 08-04-94
        >
        >Files enclosed
        >
        >JiZANSI          
        >JiZANSI.DOC        
        >
        >Limitations to the picture
        >
        >320 * 256, 5 bitplanes, IFF ILBM (BYTERUN1 compressed)
        >
        >
        >The more color changes per line, the bigger the resulting ANSI-file
        >will get.
        >
        >Limitations to the conversion
        >
        >You can use 1 to 5 bitplanes. No limits
        >
        >No "most-used-color" optimization is done... use as much color 0 as
        >possible produces the smallest files...
        >
        >Format:  IFF32ANSI IFFPicture ANSIFile
        >
        >
        >Note: There is no business like showbusiness.
        >
        >
        >
        >Since,
        >
        >Twilight Trio.





        Test by Markus Schmall      Detection tested 14.08.1994.

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