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A macro.
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For example, the instructions from one macroinstruction must not be interleaved with an instruction from the other macroinstruction, i.e.
The Word document contains a "macro" or macroinstruction code that, when the user attempts to open the document, begins to download the ransomware attack from a host website.
The best performing thresholds (colour and size) were included in an automated macroinstruction that gave number of objects, measured area (total area of the picture), and MAs area as output.