While Winkler and others frown on the museum's mission, Hypponen, who's been collecting malware for a quarter-century, disagrees.
"Many old-school virus writers were using their viruses as a means of expression," he says. "That's why we get all these displays. Some would call it art. All my colleagues have agreed that this art - like any other type of art - should be preserved. And that's what we're doing."
Source: Network World
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