It will get on all your disks, It will infiltrate your chips, Yes it’s Cloner!
The Computer Virus Turns 25. “I guess if you had to pick between being known for this and not being known for anything, I’d rather be known for this. But it’s an odd placeholder for (all that) I’ve done.” In 1982, ninth-grade student Rich Skrenta decided to play a prank on his friends. He wrote the Elk Cloner virus that infected Apple II machines. It is thought to be the first computer virus to be unleashed “in the wild.” Related: A History Of Viruses.