The Complete Windows Trojans Paper
by Dancho Danchev - Thursday, 24 October 2002.
This is a paper about Windows Trojans, how they work, their variations and, of course, strategies to minimise the risk of infection.

Links to special detection software are included as well as many other topics never discussed before. This paper is not only intended to be for the average Internet/Windows user who wants to know how to protect his/her machine from Trojan Horses or just want to know about their usage, variations, prevention and future, but will also be interesting for the advanced user, to read another point of view.

Windows Trojans are just a small aspect of Windows Security but you will soon realise how dangerous and destructive they could be while reading the paper.

Read the paper in TXT format here.

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