Rogue programs: viruses, worms, and Trojan horses
Experts in the field of "mischevious" programs are collected here in papers that cover all aspects of viruses--workings, protection, legal and ethical implications--all in nuts-and-bolts language designed to inform both technical and non-technical readers.
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Overview of Rogue Programs
Virus Prevention in General
Social and Legal Issues and Effects
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