Logic-bomb definitions

A computer virus that remains hidden until it is triggered when certain specific conditions are met.
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A program routine that destroys data when certain conditions are met; for example, it may reformat the hard disk or insert random bits into data files on a certain date or if a particular employee record is missing from the employee database. Many viruses are logic bombs because they deliver their payload after a specific latency or when a trigger event occurs. See virus, latency and payload.
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Hidden code instructing a computer virus to perform some potentially destructive action when specific criteria are met.
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A piece of code intentionally inserted into a software system that will set off a malicious function when specified conditions are met.
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