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Deconstruction machines : writing in the age of cyberwar
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Éditeur University of Minnesota Press
Année copyright 2018
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Deconstruction machines : writing in the age of cyberwar
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1 vol. (xv-248 pages) ; 24 cm
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Notes bibliogr. Index
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Classification Dewey
149/.97
Contenu
Root kit ; Buffer overflow: the space and time of cyberwar ; Injection attack: writing and the information catastrophe ; Distributed denial of service: cybernetic sovereignty ; Spear phishing: nodal subjects ; Firmware vulnerabilities
Résumé
"Justin Joque explores the fundamental nature of cyberwar through a detailed investigation of the crisis points when cybersecurity systems break down and reveal their internal contradictions. He envisions cyberwar as a form of writing, and that cyber attacks should be seen as a militarized form of deconstruction in which computer programs are systems that operate within the broader world of texts" (ed.)
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978-1-5179-0251-3
1-5179-0251-7
978-1-5179-0252-0
1-5179-0252-5
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