The answer is 99% no. Viruses normally act either on opening or running of a file or program. Some however are triggered by the caching or counting of keystrokes or dates etc. Just by moving from one room to another should not trigger a virus unless you have some sort of special hardware with the machine that detects changes in positioning like a GPS or a change in magnetic fields. So the answer as stated is fairly certain to be no.
You can activate a dormant account by writing a letter of reactivation to the banking institution. To keep an account from becoming dormant, one is required to make periodic withdrawals from it.
Endospores lay dormant until conditions are such that they can re-activate the cell.
Yes , It can however re-activate any time destroying Honolulu
Idle, standstill, dormant.
Idle, inactive, sleeping.
Sleeping, dormant, hiding
Volcanoes go dormant, meaning they haven't errupted in a certain amount of time. Volcanoes can be dormant for extremely long periods of time, but they are still a possible danger since they could re-activate at any givin time.
a silent volcano is a dormant volcano
There are several other words or synonyms for dormant. Some include asleep, inert, latent, lurking, slack, torpid, passive, and sluggish.
inactive, inert, indifferent, neutral, stable, noble, and dormant.
A dormant volcano can stay dormant for ever.
Dormant means at rest or inactive. A dormant volcano is a resting one.
->Dormant phase ->Propagation phase ->Triggering phase ->Execution phase
The mountain is dormant
yes it is dormant
The word dormant is an adjective. Dormant means to be inactive or asleep.
Sleepers? Dormant is anouther I have heard used.