McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 6, 2002 - Computers - 725 pages
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Defend your system against the real threat of computer viruses with help from this comprehensive resource. Up-do-date and informative, this book presents a full-scale analysis on computer virus protection. Through use of case studies depicting actual virus infestations, this guide provides both the technical knowledge and practical solutions necessary to guard against the increasing threat of virus attacks.
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PART II System Solutions
What Went Wrong What Went Right What Can We Learn?
PART IV Social Aspects
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