How to Make a Computer Virus


In computer programming A virus is an element of code that can replicate itself by attaching itself to other software and files. They hide until activated, and they can do anything from corrupting data to sending emails that clog inboxes to erasing the hard drive. Computer viruses are divided into four phases according to the classification that biologists use to describe a virus’s real-life life cycle.

However, the vast majority of people do not create viruses to eliminate. There are several reasons. One is bragging rights, as kids who fold an airplane out of paper in a creative and imaginative way to determine the distance it travels before it crashes. Another reason is the same psyche that motivates arsonists or vandals — some people get a thrill out attack on property of other people. For a certain sort of programmer, a strong computer virus could be an Mount Everest, and they’re determined to discover how far they can take it while being able to stay out of the way.

Certain viruses employ polymorphic codes that alters slightly every time they infect a computer or program. This makes it difficult for anti-virus organizations to identify and remove all copies the virus from a computer. Other viruses require the use of a “trigger”, such as an action by the user or the use of a countdown to begin spreading.

If you make trojans, viruses malware, worm, or any other malicious software for revenge or payback, pranks, or any other reason, it’s not going to fix anything and will likely result in prosecution by the law. Instead, consider the alternatives, which are far safer and likely to be more enjoyable than creating malicious software programs which could cause major damage, or even wipe out your entire hard drive.


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