Worm audiobook is a war between those who want to misuse the internet and those that want to defend it. It is the First Digital Major War, and the next barrier in terror is at stake. Worm audiobook a gripping cybercrime narrative about the Conficker, a computer worm. It’s a highly dangerous computer virus that has confused experts and corrupted up to 12 million machines to date.
In Worm audiobook, Cybersecurity specialists were baffled by the release of Conficker computer worm in November 2008 across the world. The worm spread at an amazingly faster pace, consequently affecting millions of machines worldwide in just a few weeks by attacking weak points in Microsoft Windows. Once the virus had infected one computer, it was able to connect that system with others to establish a single network underneath the authority of an unauthorized third party, a condition called “botnet.” This botnet quickly became capable of taking down any of the major computer networks that now manage financial services, phone service, electricity flow, traffic control, medical information, and even the Internet itself. Was it a criminal profit platform or a weapon? Moreover, Security specialists are unsure what Conficker’s objective is or where it originates from.
In short, Worm audiobook free is a riveting story of a hacker group, researchers, billionaire Internet companies, and computer security professionals that banded together to protect the Internet from the Conficker worm: the first digital world war. It awoke the United States government for the very first time to the gravity of the danger. Worm audiobook free is an easy and interesting look at the continuous and mostly unknown war happening directly beneath our fingertips.
Mark Bowden wrote Worm audiobook.
Mark Robert Bowden was born on July 17, 1951. He is an author and journalist from the United States. He is The Atlantic’s national correspondent. Bowden wrote the popular book Black Hawk Down, A Story of Modern War, published in 1999 which recounted the 1993 US military operation on Mogadishu, Somalia. It transformed into a film of the same name, which won two Academy Awards. He got recognization for his 2001 book, Killing Pablo: The Hunt for the World’s Greatest Outlaw, which details the attempt to bring down Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.
He grew up in St. Louis, Missouri. Bowden graduated from Loyola University Maryland in 1973. He pursued a career in reporting while in college after reading Tom Wolfe’s book The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test.
Bowden worked as a contributing editor for The Philadelphia Inquirer from 1979 to 2003. In that capacity, he analyzed and authored Black Hawk Down and Killing Pablo, both of which began as extended newspaper serials until released as novels. Previously, he authored two books, Doctor Dealer and Bringing the Heat, which were both inspired by newspaper reportage. He has now written and released nine further novels. Further, Bowden authored Donald Trump’s Playboy interview in 1997. He has written for Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Men’s Journal, Sports Illustrated, Air Mail, Business Insider, and Rolling Stone, among other publications.
Bowden feels that modern people are attracted to “deep” reporting in the same way that previous generations were. “Nothing would ever substitute words as a vehicle of thinking, hence nothing would ever substitute the well-written, originally-reported narrative, or the well-reasoned thesis,” he declared in March 2009. He now resides in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, known as the Mushroom Capital of the World.
The narrator of Worm audiobook is Christopher Lane. Other audiobooks that Christopher Lane has also narrated are Charlie Wilson’s War, Lightning, and Peak Performance.
The length of Worm audiobook is 7 hours and 8 minutes.
Brilliance Audio published Worm audiobook on 10/14/2011.