26 Jan Visualising malware.
Category: News

Fortunately, not the Mac kind, but these prints for a security company by digital artist Alex Dragulescu are interesting generated visualisations of software that wreaks havoc on Windows systems.

Via Information Aesthetics.

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    What a great set of images, would make a nice backdrop on my Mac to remind me of something I am unlikely to get on my machine.

  2. These are pretty cool, although they do remind me of those “cool” 3DMax and Photoshop “abstract” fractals that kids have been doing for years.


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