A deep dive into the world of DOS viruses

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A deep dive into the world of DOS viruses
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Explaining in detail just how those little COM files infected and played with us back in the day
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2018
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It is now 27 years since MS-DOS 5.0 was released. During its day there was the threat of viruses breaking your system or making it act in unpredictable ways. Due to its age and near total lack of consumer use it is safe to assume that all of the viruses for MS-DOS have been written. Using community archives and modern analysis methods we can uncover how they worked and reflect on how things have changed.
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