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@mm

In computer viruses @mm is part of the McAfee naming convention for viruses and Trojans. McAfee attaches the @mm suffix to the end of a virus name to indicate that this virus can transmit itself via e-mail. The double m indicates a high-volume transmission, usually hundreds of e-mails per infected machine.

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