Malicious mobile code. (Information Sources).Roger Grimes Roger D. Grimes (born May 2, 1950) is a Canadian politician in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Grimes is a former leader of the Liberal Party in the province and was Premier of the province from 2001 until 2003.
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3. Roger Grimes, author of "Malicious Mobile Cede: Virus Protection for Windows" Malicious mobile code is destructive self-replicating code, such as a virus or worm that is loaded onto a computer without the user's knowledge and runs against the user's wishes. Even a simple virus can quickly use all available memory and bring a system to a standstill. Grimes Grimes is a surname, that is believed to be of a Scandinavian decent and may refer to
"Malicious Mobile Code: Virus Protection for Windows" offers chapters on each of the different types of 'rogue' codes filled with comprehensive information on each type of attack, including how the attack works, how to recognize symptoms of the attack, and how to protect your system. Grimes covers viruses, Trojans and worms, ActiveX and Java exploits, DOS viruses, Macro viruses A virus that is written in a macro language and placed within a document. Viruses have to be "run" in order to do things. When the document is opened and the macro is executed, commands in the macro language do the destruction or the prank. Thankfully, most viruses are harmless. , browser-based exploits, email attacks and instant messaging Exchanging text messages in real time between two or more people logged into a particular instant messaging (IM) service. Instant messaging is more interactive than e-mail because messages are sent immediately, whereas e-mail messages can be queued up in a mail server for seconds or attacks.
Grimes also provides insight into the current state of malicious code writing and the cracker community. For those who wonder about what type of person would write malicious mobile code and why, Grimes presents a detailed picture of the very active virus-writing subculture subculture /sub·cul·ture/ (sub´kul-chur) a culture of bacteria derived from another culture.
n. and what motivates it.