Original YT playout date: 23 May 2010
Virus Attacks – what are they and how do they work? If they enter with an .exe file, do they exit with a .inte file? They’ve got proteins, they’ve got algorithm, they’ve got host cell, they can’t ask for anything more. And yet they do. They enter the host cell, which may be a bacterium, someone’s head or their computer with a payload, wrapped in a shell wrapped in a conundrum, which is either dangly legs hanging down to grab the bacterium or an email subject header repeating your name from your email so that you think it is from someone who knows you, even though you can’t remember any Norbert Y. Dinkleberry.
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