VAXcomputers running versions of the Berkeley UNIX operating system.
The additional space required by the document from the victim's computer makes the attachment even larger, perhaps more than 200000 bytes, which is larger than most webpages and most e-mail messages.
who were trying to decompile the worm and understand it.
On 5 October 1992, Blumenthal and Pilgrim were each sentenced to:The court clerk has informed me that there is no written Judgmentfiled for either Blumenthal or Pilgrim.
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Court of Appeals upheld the trial court's decision.
(This trick would be used again, on a different operating system,in March 1999 by the virus.)The Christma worm deleted itself after it functioned once.
Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal from Morris.
However, the one copy deleted was replaced by multiple copies sentto everyone with an e-mail address in either the in-box or out-box of theuser's account, so the total number of copies continued to increase.
Morris, 928 F.2d 504, 506 (2dCir.
On 2 November 1988, Robert Tappan Morris, then a first-year graduate student incomputer science at Cornell University, released his worm that effectivelyshut down the Internet for several days.
Denning, editor, Addison-Wesley, 1990.
Quick intervention at Lehigh University, including overnightdevelopment and distribution of a disinfection program, stopped this virusfrom spreading off campus.
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The Morris Worm used four different ways to get authorizedaccess to computers connected to the Internet:The worm only infected SUN-3 and Digital Equipment Corp.
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Among the affected computers were those at the University of Californiaat Berkeley, MIT, Stanford, Princeton , Purdue, Harvard, Dartmouth,University of Maryland, University of Utah,Georgia Institute of Technology, and many other universities,as well as computers at military and government laboratories.
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Further, the anonymous source, and also the tentative tone(i.e., " virus report", " be a virus loose","I hope it is a "),make this message much less helpful than it could have been.