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Item #: SCP-XXXX-1

Object Class: Safe

Special containment procedures: At least three copies of SCP-XXXX-1 are to be kept on flash drives contained in storage lockers, and personnel who wish to keep a copy of SCP-XXXX may do so with permission from the site director (currently William Davidson). The original file is currently being stored on the hard drive of terminal 012 in server room B. Staff who wish to use SCP-XXXX-1 may only do so with a copy of SCP-XXXX-1.

Description: SCP-XXXX-1 is a program titled LifeSupport_Anti-Malware.EXE. When the program is started, a window will open stating that the application is loading. After the program loads, another window opens titled Life Support Anti-Malware. The program itself resembles the command prompt application for Windows operating systems. After it has opened, the user will be given several choices for a virus scan. After one of these scans is selected, the software will begin searching for issues in the users body. These issues have included cancer, diseases, viruses, damaged tissue, and paralysis. After the program has finished searching, the user will have all listed issues removed from their body.

Addendum XXXX, 7/26/2017: