[Dshield] Economic statistics
Andrew.Patrick at kemperservices.com
Tue Sep 30 19:23:56 GMT 2003
>the difference between a virus and a worm lies
>with the mode of replication, does it not? I once
>had this down pat, but lack of discussion has
>made my memory foggy.
Actually, I believe that, technically, worms are a subset of viruses (i.e.
all worms are also viruses, but not all viruses are worms).
The defining characteristic of a worm, as opposed to other types of
viruses, is that a worm does not require any human action to spread....
Andy Patrick, GCIA, CCNA
Sr. Info. Security Analyst
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