COMPUTER viruses and 'worms' are an all-too-common occurrence in today's on-line world and it is easy to become paranoid and to stop using computer systems and networks to their full potential, for fear of 'catching a virus'. At the same time, viruses are blamed inappropriately for many unrelated computer faults, and also spread distrust and fear of other on-line users. This article is intended to allay fears, but at the same time instil a consistent and rigorous approach to security and contingency planning for practice computer systems.
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