Even outdated information is ok with me. For instance, let's say there's a book solely on the CWS Trojan. It gives a detailed analysis on the current 1000 some variations. Regardless of how many new variations come out, for my purpose, I need only a book that comprehensively covers a family or varient of malware at the moment. If you're curious about why I'd like this information, it's for my science fair and that'll be all I'm saying until my project is done
. In regards to the books you've listed D-Trojanator, thanks! I've already read through PC World's book and it was pretty interesting, but suprisingly I've self-learned much of the info. I'm looking at the other books now, so thanks! In regards to your statement jgweed, what are the most informative sites on malware in your opinion?
Also, magazines that talk about the current research and studies in computer security would be a boost too. I've already gotten my hands on the ACM Magazine Issue about spyware.