The Computer Virus Handbook

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Osborne McGraw-Hill, 1990 - Computers - 411 pages
This book opens with an overview of viruses and other types of rogue software. It then goes on to give an explanation of how the different types of known viruses operate, along with a look into the future of virus programs. The author then describes effective measures for preventing the spread of viruses, placing an emphasis on anti-virus policies that can be implemented in the workplace.

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Contents

WHY THIS BOOK IS FOR
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PART ONE WHAT ARE COMPUTER VIRUSES
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TWO THE INFECTION OF IBM
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