sstumvollat April 30,2017 The video presents a very comprehensive study of the evolustion of malware. Floppy discs and Brain tothumb drives and Stuxnet and everything in between. The lesson is that as we move forward our malware gets more complex with a higher potential to cause damage to equipment and our personal lives.
tritran42at April 30,2017 It is interesting video because it gives us a brief history and evolution of viruses. It also talks about the different type of viruses. One thing is fascinating for me, which is a floppy disk. I never thought the viruses appeared at that time. It may be I was too young at that point. As the video go on, we can see the evolution of viruses from 1986 to 2010. It starts with something simple and become more and more complicated. This video also gives us useful information if we want to analyze on the viruses. Moreover, we can apply the evolution of viruses and try to predict what type of virus could be released or created in the future.
sreinoso103at May 07,2017 Interesting timeline look at malware. The threat to public and private utilities remains one of the larger concerns I have from these sorts of attacks.
cmasseyat July 29,2017 It's interesting to listen to how progress of this kind of software went from being a hobby to a mass-market business scheme. The computer industry has a lot of those stories, and it'd be silly I suppose to think that malicious software (although not always by intention) would have one as well. Great quote, "and so I knocked on the door, and guess who answered."
iahmad94at September 14,2017 Very interesting history on malware, and the even more interesting is the look into the psyche of malware developers and the change over time.