Deborah Radcliff, "The danger within; Internal employees not outside hackers can be a time bomb waiting to blow," InfoWorld, April 20, 1998
Mr. Parker: Well, it takes a whole spectrum of problems, all the way from what I refer to as data diddling where you're merely changing the date before it goes into the computer, and after it comes out of the computer, all the way to the other extreme of very sophisticated crimes, using Trojan horses, logic bombs, salamis, data leakage.
"Computer Crime," The MacNeil-Lehrer Report, April 11, 1979
Friends and Family virus
targeted Trojan horse