Wikipedia computer virus timeline
This timeline of computer viruses and worms presents a chronological timeline of noteworthy computer viruses, computer worms, Trojan horses, similar malware, related research and events. 1949 John von Neumann's article on the Theory of selfreproducing automata is published.1260 (computer virus) 1260, or V2PX, [1 [2 was a demonstration computer virus written in 1989 by Mark Washburn [3 that used a form of polymorphic encryption. Derived from Ralph Burger's publication of the disassembled Vienna Virus source code, the 1260 added a cipher and varied its signature by randomizing its decryption algorithm. wikipedia computer virus timeline
Computer virus population grows continuously, reaching several hundreds now. Antiviruses also show increasing activity: two software monsters at once (Symantec and Central Point) issue their own antivirus programs Norton Antivirus and Central Point Antivirus. They are followed by less known antiviruses from Xtree and Fifth Generation.
Timeline of Computer Viruses by Sean Spencer, Software Development Expert and Author. 1949 Although no viruses or worms were developed, theories of selfreplicating programs that spawn viruses or worms are developed. 1966 John von Neumann wrote an article called the Theory of SelfReproducing Automata that was published. This was based his lectures he had held 18 years earlier This is a timeline of noteworthy computer viruses, worms and Trojan horses. Contents[show 1971 The Creeper virus, an experimental selfreplicating program, is written by Bob Thomas at BBN. Creeper infected DEC PDP10 computers running the TENEX operating system.wikipedia computer virus timeline If this virusworm was real and notable, please revert and add verifiable sources. Niubrad 23: 25, 16 September 2015 (UTC) early discussion of virus in computer fiction The Adolescence of P1 was a short story about the TrojanVirus called P1 that existed on 1970's series mainframes.