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Kaspersky: Computer Viruses Will Be Able to Cause Physical Damage to Infrastructure in Ten Years
27.02.2013 10:54
Kaspersky: Computer Viruses Will Be Able to Cause Physical Damage to Infrastructure in Ten Years

Computer viruses will be able to cause physical damage to the various devices already in ten years. The well-known Russian programmer, the computer security expert Evgeny Kaspersky expressed his confidence in this probability.


"Internet technology is developing in an accelerating pace" - he said at the ongoing conference on DLD13 innovations in the Bavarian capital, Munich. "Unfortunately, cyber threats evolve equally quickly" - he said. "What about the destructive capabilities, they are available for all: for states, organizations, as well as for criminals and terrorists” - Evgeny Kaspersky warned. “For example, the prisons in the U.S. have the access to the computer network". Thus it is quite possible that the prisoners will be able to open the prison doors with the help of smartphones, the Russian expert suggested. According to him, "this system is very vulnerable" and "the programs are becoming more refined" - Evgeny Kaspersky rationalized.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Kaspersky Science    

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