Virus Detected

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iUniverse, Sep 17, 2002 - Fiction
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Paul Taylor thought he was going crazy. What appeared to be a computer virus message flashed on his screen, then disappeared. Working as an evening computer technician, he was usually alone and bored Tonight was definitely different he was not alone. Alan Bishop, the resident computer guru, was working on a very special project of his own. Hidden away in his office, oblivious to Paul s presence, Bishop was harvesting a malicious computer virus. Bishop clicked the light off in his office and departed the building at 4:23 A.M. pleased with the early testing of his new virus. Tomorrow he would perfect it further and possibly release the code. The Internet was not a secured mechanism for cash transfer as the ignorant public was led to believe. Paul dug deeper into other questionable activities. It was a discovery of unexplained data transmissions to a bank in Amsterdam, which started an unnerving chain of events that implicated the United States Federal Reserve System. There would soon be no stopping Bishop or the virus, as no computer system would be safe from this evil monster s destructive program. It s nonstop action as the government tries to prevent the virus from creating a devastating, life-threatening outcome.

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