Creating Prototype Virus - Destroying Files and Texts on Any Computer


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BAFTIU, N., & KRABAJ, S. (2019). Creating Prototype Virus - Destroying Files and Texts on Any Computer. PRIZREN SOCIAL SCIENCE JOURNAL, 3(1), 62-66.


When we study how viruses work and prevent them, we've developed a very simple application where we can see a prototype of a virus and virus function, as well as neutralizing a file if we want to break it down its structure at the level of the bits Purpose-Understand how a virus works by programming it in a high programming language. In our case, the C # programming language with the Visual Studio program that uses the .Net Framework. With the Windows Form Application module, the same application we are creating can also use it to neutralize a sentence if we know it is infected by interfering with the file we set up itself and by disrupting the system his Binary.

Key words: Component, Virus, File, C# Programming, Visual Studio.


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