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    Malicious Code

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    Malicious Code Introduction "The wind of change came on 26th March in the form of an email cyclone called Melissa. Moreover, during 1999 numerous changes in the level of computer virus technology were seen," Armstrong (May 2000, p1). From an organisational point of view, societies around the world are just learning about the level of importance that computer security against virus attacks and the critical significance of cybercrime. Companies around the world lost vast amounts of time, money and

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    The Global Threat of Malicious Code

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    The Global Threat of Malicious Code I. Introduction Malicious code is "Software or firmware intended to perform an unauthorized process that will have an adverse impact on the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of an information system. 1 Today, as ubiquitous computing is fast becoming a reality and information systems are becoming a part of everything from mobile phones to cars, any threat to an information system represents a risk to hardware, software, data, and the users that depend

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    Malicious Code

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    Malicious code is a real danger to modern systems. Most systems nowadays do not work in isolation; they are more likely to be connected to other systems and sometimes they can even be dependent on them. Therefore an attack on one of the systems in the network is a potential attacking attempt to any other systems, with which it is interacting. Therefore, it is inevitable for any networked or Internet-connected computers to deal with malicious code attacks at some point. Businesses lose billions of

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    Internet Security Systems

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    better reporting and more awareness of the problem, but much of the increase is due to increasing sophistication and persistence of online attackers (Kent & Piscitello 49). Threats to Internet security used to take the form of viruses, worms, and malicious code designed to make a system unstable, or delete certain files. These unwelcome intruders even often announced their arrival with an announcement on the screen or some other visual disturbance that signaled a problem to the user. In contrast, security

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    protection from malicious programs. These malicious programs may be developed by lone teenagers, organized criminal syndicates or even nation states, and distributed across a range of computing platforms. Anti-Virus software is the one of the most widely accepted measures for prevention against such malicious codes. 1. What is Anti-Virus software? An antivirus (or anti-virus) software is a program that helps to detect and prevent the computers and other IT systems from any malicious codes or programs

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    Personal Ethical Codes

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    Personal Ethical Codes This is really the first time I’ve been asked to give description of the ethical codes I live by, so I’ll narrow them down the best I can. This papers main theme is “My ethical codes,” but I want to show you how I plan to conduct myself in and out of the publics’ eyes as a student and in the future a psychologist. I will conduct myself as an ethical person in public and in my personal life. Vocalizing and pondering on ideas without prejudice, judgment, or predetermined notions

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    Advertisements, Codes and Fairy Tales Many advertisements use codes to convey a fairy tale to consumers, usually resulting in a happy ending. This occurs at the expense of the price and means being set aside. Most advertisements rely heavily on visual props and sometimes on text to convey their meaning. These codes are open to many interpretations. This ad is no exception. It uses the visual code on many different levels, and the text is there mainly for explanatory purposes. These codes all have references

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    Food as Sign and Code

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    Food as Sign and Code What do you think of when you see or smell your favorite food? On one hand the sight or smell of that food might trigger hunger, or even a memory of the last time you shared that meal with a loved one. The point is, the smell or sight of our favorite food would trigger a different thought or feeling in each of us. This is an example of Semiotics. Semiotics is defined as "anything that can stand for something else." Roland Barthes was one of Europe's most renowned theorists

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    Beowulf:  Code of Honor After fighting and winning many battles, Beowulf's life enters a new stage when he finally becomes king of his homeland, Geatland. Even in his old age, his code of honor still obligates him to fight against an evil, fiery dragon. For fifty years he has governed his kingdom well. While Beowulf is governing, the dragon "...kept watch over a hoard, a steep stone-barrow" (Norton 55). Under it lays a path concealed from the sight of men. Over centuries no one had disturbed the

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    Cadbury Marketing Codes

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    Marketing Codes The ‘marketing mix’ is the term used to describe the combination of different activities necessary for a product to be successful. It is often described as ‘the 4 P’s’ i.e. PRODUCT = the good or service sold by the organisation; PRICE = the way in which the selling price is decided; PROMOTION = how customers are made aware of the product; PLACE = how the product is sold and ‘delivered’ to the final customer. Cadbury when promoting abides to the following marketing codes: Copy

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