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With microscope and tweezers: the worm from MIT's perspective

By Jon A. Rochlis, Mark W. Eichin

Communications of the ACM, Vol. 32 No. 6, Pages 689-698

The actions taken by a group of computer scientists at MIT during the worm invasion represents a study of human response to a crisis. The authors also relate the experiences and reactions of other groups throughout the country, especially in terms of how they interacted with the MIT team.

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