Detecting Boot Sector Viruses- Applying TRIZ to Improve Anti-Virus Programs

@inproceedings{Mishra2012DetectingBS,
  title={Detecting Boot Sector Viruses- Applying TRIZ to Improve Anti-Virus Programs},
  author={Umakant Mishra},
  year={2012}
}
  • U. Mishra
  • Published 9 January 2012
  • Computer Science
The boot sector virus infects the boot record of the hard disk or floppy disks. It gets loaded onto the memory every time the computer is booted and remains resident in the memory till the computer is shut down. Once entered it alters the boot sector of the hard disk and remains in the hard disk permanently until the system is totally damaged and fails to boot. While analyzing the problem from TRIZ prospective we try different possibilities to avoid boot sector viruses, such as, Can we do away… 
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