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Internet: viruses become more dangerous

From time, when in 1988 the virus “Morris Worm” paralyzed half of the computers, Internet remains not only way of the information transfer in scientific, industrial and other fields, but also became a global electronic network which interferes in all aspects of our life. A study of virus attacks in the first four months of 2003 by the Computer Crime Research Center shows that malware is becoming more dangerous because, once on a network, viruses are capable of penetrating into “all elements of the corporate information infrastructure.” With more and more transactions and activities being conducted online, viruses can have serious disruptive effects. Full Story

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