Malware matures into control-hungry menace

Monday, 26 September 2005, 3:59 PM EST

The first malicious computer programs surfaced as generalized computing in the 1960s with online games called Life and Core Wars. They were essentially executable environments where each userís programming instructions tried to live as long as possible before being killed off by someone elseís program.

By Roger A. Grimes at InfoWorld.

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