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Overview In the following report computer viruses will be explained in detail A lengthy and informative description of the evolution and history on microcomputer viruses will be given to give you a background of their origin for some understanding of how they came to be The next segment in the report is on how to combat computer viruses with the development of anti-virus applications The current status of microcomputer viruses will also be discussed naming the most common types of viruses and the most harmful type at this present point in time Details of the most recent outbreaks of computer viruses such as the Melissa I Love You and the most recent Anna Kournikova viruses will be explained and why they are so harmful I will also give you my recommendations on how to combat this threat of computer viruses what Anti-virus Applications that I believe should be used and why updating your virus definitions for these programs on a regular basis is so vital and important in your quest to have a happy and uninfected computer And finally I give you my conclusion in which I can only hope that you will find helpful A History Of Computer Viruses The term Virus was not used to describe a self-replicating computer program until the American electrical engineer named Fred Cohen associated the term with it in 1983 In the 1950s at Bell Laboratories John von Neumanns theory in which he made in 1949 was put to the test His theory stated that it was MS Encarta 98 Virus computer History Theoretically possible for a computer program to replicate His theory was tested after a game called Core Wars was developed whereby MS Encarta 98 Virus computer History Players created tiny computer programs that attacked erased and tried to propagate on an
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