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The Doomsday Virus

Author : Steve Barlow
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At age fourteen, Tim Corder is considered to be the most dangerous criminal on the planet, but when the World Wide Web and every computer connected to it are threatened by a virus, his expertise may be the only hope.

The Doomsday Virus

Author : Henry C. Gates
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The Doomsday Virus

Author : Barry Silverstein
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This breathtaking novel, set against the backdrop of the software world and the Internet, takes you on a thrill ride from Massachusetts to California. Marty Gladstone and TJ Gatwick are two powerful software entrepreneurs in a race to be first to market with a new operating system. The influential Silicon Valley journalist, Erin Keliher, can make or break either product. But her loyalty shifts as she gets involved with one of the two men. Then everything goes haywire: Erin becomes the reluctant conduit for a brilliant yet warped computer hacker named Doomsday who has created a virus that is virtually unstoppable. The FBI tries to track Doomsday down to no avail. Finally, the Feds urgently appeal to Marty and TJ to put aside their differences and work together to thwart the efforts of this notorious cyberterrorist...before the Doomsday Virus takes down the country's entire financial infrastructure.

The Doomsday Virus

Author : Steve Barlow
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"With the deadly ""Doomsday Virus"" about to be unleashed onto the worlds computers, the authorities turn to 14 year old deadly hacker Tim Corder for help.First-class, award-winning authors interweave a gripping narrative with stacks of fun facts: Particularly suitable for reluctant readers who prefer non-fiction/fact books. FYI also entices them into reading fiction Fun, top-quality illustrations on almost every pageREADING AGE 8INTEREST AGE 10

The Doomsday Virus

Author : Steve Barlow
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With the deadly 'Doomsday virus' about to be unleashed onto the world's computers, the authorities have no choice but to turn to 14 year old deadly hacker Tim Corder for help. This illustrated book features a gripping narrative with stacks of fun facts about computers, aimed at reluctant readers.

Can You Survive a Virus Outbreak

Author : Matt Doeden
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"A You Choose adventure about surviving a virus outbreak"--

Dawn Over Doomsday

Author : Jasper Bark
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A War is Coming! As America lies bleeding, Native American Chief Hiamovi seeks to unite his people into a single nation capable of reclaiming the US from the white man. His growing army is on a collision course with cult leader Samuel Colt, who intends to put the country back in the iron grip of the once mighty Neo-Clergy. The two men are set for a showdown at Little Bighorn, once site of Custer's legendary last stand, now a twisted, nuclear landscape. The fate of the battle may just be decided by Anna Bontraeger, rescued from a brothel by rogue scientist Matthew Greaves and taken on a perilous road trip across a devastated continent. Greaves and his small band have to get Anna to Little Bighorn before Colt or Hiamovi, so she can unlock the secrets which will save what remains of humanity and bring about a new dawn over Doomsday!

Betrayal

Author : John Peel
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The doomsday virus has been unleashed. The city is being destroyed. Only Tristan can stop the cataastrophe ... if Devon doesn't stop him first.

The Dark Net

Author : James Riordon
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"Join Max and Betty 3.5, and their virtual penguin buddy Linus, as they explore the darkest recesses of the Internet"--Page 4 of cover.

The H5N1 Virus

Author : Philip R. Egert
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This book is the first study of its kind that reveals the social justice linkages between three unique characteristics of the highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 virus: namely, veterinary scourge, public health contagion fear, and potential bioterrorist weapon. With its extensive referencing, it will be invaluable for scholars of security studies, global public health, and international relations, as well as for professionals, diplomats, and practitioners with an interest in the relationship between global health security and social justice. Comprised of two major sections, the book examines the various representations of knowledge about the H5N1 virus. The first part explores the three major narratives that were used to describe the virus during its 20-year journey from 1996 to 2016. During this time, the virus multiplied its ontological status through narratives that described a localized animal virus, a global public health crisis, and finally an irrational contagion fear. The text’s second section describes in detail a unique aspect of the H5N1 virus’s journey as an emerging infectious disease—its representation as a potential weapon for bioterrorists. As a result, the US government attempted to secure knowledge about the H5N1 virus. This attempt produced a global debate between scientists and policy makers over how to balance the nation-state’s desire for security with the life sciences’ tradition of openly shared research. Known as the dual-use dilemma, this debate set up binaries of impossible reconciliation between the scientific and security communities. This book argues that the H5N1 dual-use dilemma obscures larger questions of justice, and proposes a new concept of justice, knowledge justice, as an alternate, more globally inclusive framework for exploring a socially just way out of the dilemma.