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Detailed info about computer viruses for a school paper?


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BonbonRose

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Hi,
I know this isn't the kind of problems familiar here but I thought who's better to help me than you..

Our teacher gave us this assignment to follow computer viruses progression from like year 2000 till now.
The headlines I already have and trying to surpass are: how a computer virus is similar to and different from biological virus; how computers get infected and how a virus works once infects a machine and infection symptoms; types of viruses, viruses damages and protection from viruses; and how viruses outsmart antivirus programs and vice versa. But I can't go beyond that.. everything I find on the internet is either concerning the history and emergence of viruses and the new viruses around or some too geeky stuff with equations and Gibberish words.

I need sophisticated sources but not that geeky to use. and any advice?

Thanks in advance : )
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godawgs

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Hi BonBonRose,

See if the links on this search results page help.

Good Luck!
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BonbonRose

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Hi godawgs,

That page has some good results.. Thanks for helping :)
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You are welcome. Hope you get an A!
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