Definition[edit | edit source]

An electronic letter bomb is

[a] message sent from one computer terminal to another through a computer containing commands that cause the message to be sent back to the computer for execution as though it were a set of instructions from the keyboard of the receiving terminal.[1]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Computer Crime: Criminal Justice Resource Manual, Glossary of Technical Terms, at xv.
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