Viruses and Trends
Sep 01, 1995
AbstractThis presentation was in two parts. Part one was about the new Microsoft Word virus. This is well-documented via the resource page at FIRST.
The second part of the talk dealt with emerging trends in computer crime, release of the new Computer Crime book by O'Reilly, and some comments on WWW security in general. The changing nature of computer crime from exploration and prank to real economic crime was discussed, as was (some) the changing nature of the "computer underground."
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