Virus Attack

Virus Attacks

Computer viruses consist of malicious programs designed to modify programs by injecting malicious code into an infected computer. Virus attacks usually use self-replication over the network. Successful virus replication leads to a higher level of infection on a computer system connected to an infected network.

Cyber Criminals create computer viruses for a variety of reasons. The best of them sabotage the network to deprive the organization of essential services, make a monetary profit, and prove that a secure IT environment can be hacked. Attackers use new technologies to develop and execute more complex computer virus attacks.

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Statistics show that at least 6,000 new viruses are created every month.