The cover art for “Kawaii Security”.
Here’s something that might interest you if you’re tech savvy: Japanese publisher, Sansai Books, is currently selling a security book called “Kawaii Security”. Name sounds a little interesting, don’t you think?
“Kawaii Security”, like it’s name suggests, focuses on teaching it’s readers on over 30 different kinds of computer viruses that had attacked people since the 1980s, all of them are illustrated in moe-style. What, even if viruses does destroy data and make life difficult for many computer users, that doesn’t mean that they should be deprived of their moe-ifications!
Not only that, 4 anti-virus software were also moe-ified with permission from their vendors. The book includes a series of original manga about software security, all tied up with a CD-ROM that includes the trial version of Panda Internet Security 2011.
And a sample of how the moe-ified viruses looks like.
If you’re interested in getting this “Kawaii Security”, be sure to check out it’s Amazon page for more details.