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Those we have to thank for the information:
The following books and articles were cited in this document.
- Cyberpunk by Katie Hafner and John Markoff,
Touchstone Books, New York. 1991
- CA-89:04 CERT Advisory, "WANK" Worm in SPAN Network
October 17, 1989 (email@example.com)
- FAQ written by Rober Gasch (firstname.lastname@example.org),
September 23, 1992
- United States General Accounting Office report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance, Committee on Energy and Commerce House of Representatives: Computer Security- Virus highlights need for improved Internet management, June 1989
(Can you tell this was a government document?)
- "With Microscope and Tweezers: An Analysis of the Internet Virus of November 1988, by Mark Eichin (email@example.com) and Jon Rochlis (firstname.lastname@example.org),
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston. 1988
- March 7, 1991 United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit. Decision on Morris's appeal of his conviction.
- The Helminthiasis of the Internet (RFC 1135) by J. Reynolds (JKREY@ISI.EDU),
Network Working Group, December 1989
- Improving the Security of your Unix System by David A. Curry
- A Tour of the Worm by Donn Seeley
- The Internet Worm Program: An Analysis by Eugene H. Spafford (email@example.com),
November 29, 1988; revised december 8, 1988
- The Internet Worm Incident: Technical Report CSD-TR-933 by by Eugene H. Spafford (firstname.lastname@example.org),
September 19, 1991
- A Report on the Internet Worm by Bob Page,
November 7, 1988
- Open mail message from Keith Bostic (bostic@OKEEFFE.BERKELEY.EDU) on, November 4, 1988,
Virus posting #3 (This was the fix for the Finger bug)
- And, let us not forget, the actual code for the worm, by Robert Morris, available from remote FTP.
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