The Patrick Clair 'Anatomy Of A Computer Virus' Video

By: Marie C. Hudson - Published: • References: vimeo & forgotten-hopes
The Patrick Clair 'Stuxnet: Anatomy of a Computer Virus' animated infograph exposes the inner workings and dangers of the Stuxnet virus. The video was created for Australia's ABC1 program HungryBeast, and written by Scott Mitchell. Stuxnet, a virus created in June 2010, is being deemed "the first weapon made entirely out of code" by Patrick Clair. The danger lies in its amazing ability to steal real security clearances, rather than forging them, in order to invade the databases of power plants and global corporations.

The Patrick Clair animation chart is captivating and incredibly useful to tech newbies and professionals, as it introduces the new wave of worldwide weaponry and explains the need for heightened online security. Stats for Infectious Animated Infographics Trending: Older & Mild
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