VIRUS MYTHS

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by Rob Rosenberger with Ross Greenberg

>A number of myths have popped up recently about the threat of computer “viruses”. There are myths about how widespread they are, how dangerous they are, and even myths about what a computer virus really is. We’d like the facts to be known.

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CyberCrimes without ID (X – 2008)

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CyberCrimes without ID (X – 2008)

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[..] The best criminal hacker is the one that isn’t caught—or even identified. These are 10 of the most infamous unsolved computer crimes (that we know about).

The most nefarious and crafty criminals are the ones who operate completely under the radar. In the computing world security breaches happen all the time, and in the best cases the offenders get tracked down by the FBI or some other law enforcement agency.
But it’s the ones who go uncaught and unidentified (those who we didn’t highlight in our Cyber Crime Hall Fame that are actually the best. Attempting to cover your tracks is Law-Breaking 101; being able to effectively do so, that’s another story altogether.
When a major cyber crime remains unsolved, though, it probably also means that those of us outside the world of tech crime solving may never even know the crime occurred.
These are some of the top headline-worthy highlights in the world of unsolved computing crime—cases in which the only information available is the ruin left in their wake.

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CRITICAL REAGENTS PROGRAM

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>September 2015 : Latest military lab concerns involve plague bacteria, deadly viruses

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The Tyrant virus, commonly known as the T-virus,
is the second mutagenic virus discovered by the founders of the Umbrella Chemical, inc.

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<<<<<Note how the Umbrella Corp. logo resembles the Templars logo …

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THE COMMODORE 64 BHP VIRUS

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The Commodore 64 BHP Virus
Author: Dr.Dr.Strobe & Papa Hacker & Garfield
Size: 2030 bytes. (9 Blocks)
Type: Memory-resident parasitic prepender.
Infects: Commodore 64 Basic files.
Payload: Displays text under certain conditions:

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