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I'm trying to write a simulation in Java that shows the spread of computer viruses. I've been told however that such programs in Java already exist. Does anyone know where I can find these?
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This AgentSheets looks like a biological virus modeller...
 
Cindy Glass
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Picky, Picky, Picky!
I guess I didn't read the question well enough :roll:
- Hey - but it looks like fun!
And really now, what is your priority -people or machines. Actually, now that I think of it, Mr Jag SHOULD be concerned about people viruses
So actually, let me re-state that:
I guess that the question was not worded well enough .
 
r jag
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My apologies for not wording the question "correctly".
Should I have asked - Where can I find a simulator written in java that shows how computer viruses are spread depending on certain variables e.g. No of initially infected computers, No. of people with virus scanners, etc...
I have managed to find one written in VB called VBSim - but alas this is of no use.
It would be of great help to a project on changing user attitudes about computer viruses and using virus scanners.
Thanks.
 
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r jag
You really shouldn't apologize. You question was perfectly clear - I was just being silly after reading it wrong. :roll:
Unfortunately I don't have a good link for you .
 
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