An important statement came from the creator of Love Bug, who was one of the biggest computer virus attacks in history in 2000. Computer hacker Onel de Guzman, who lives in the Philippines, said he was responsible for what happened, saying that he was responsible.
With the widespread use of smartphones, computers and the Internet, cyber security has become more important than ever. However, hackers, the internet, and computers existed when they were not so common and continued to work. The world faced
" Love Bug ", one of the biggest virus attacks in history, even in terms of smartphone and social media terms in 2000 .
The Love Bug virus was actually a malicious email . As soon as the email was opened, this virus was able to access computer files, analyze data and steal sensitive content such as passwords, and send it countless times to anyone attached to their consumers' Outlook accounts. Officials' statements at the time indicated that Love Bug affected
45 million people in just 24 hours .
The Love Bug virus had spread to almost the whole world. Britain closed its e-mail network to protect the parliament system, and many companies had to cut some of their infrastructure. Moreover, this virus even affected the Pentagon , enabling almost all people to learn about it. Now an important statement has come from the designer of this virus.
The confession of 'regret' that came after 20 years
Love Bug was crafted by Onel de Guzman , a Filipino hacker . Guzman, in his statements on the issue, saying it was a steal some passwords to connect to the internet only the goal in that period, he wrote the virus never would cause such a big problem with that thinking , he said.
Guzman says in the statements he made on the subject that he was not even aware of the global event caused by the virus in the first place. So much that Guzman sent the virus to a person in Singapore and then went to hang out with his friends. When he returned home, he learned what happened from his mother and was caught by the police in a short time.
Guzman officially admitted that he was responsible for the virus after 20 years after the Love Bug virus . Although he was in prison for a few years, Guzman, who had previously denied the accusations , added that he regretted that he had encoded the virus .