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I will like to know How Spyware and Virus are been written.

What kind of OS is been use when written a spyware and a virus.
What stages must one follow to learn that?.

Please Grow me up.

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First you want to spy

on people, Now you want to learn how to write spyware an d viruses. You will get no help with either here.

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Viruses and spyware have been written using nearly all operating systems for nearly all operating systems. However, you will find no advice regarding creating such here as nearly all such software is written with malicious intent and we will not assist with what generally falls into the illegal category.

My advice: Pick up an introductory programming book and learn how to write software that's beneficial to others rather than software designed to inflect damage on computers and their users.

John

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