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Throwback Thursday: We're all doomed

When a daily sports paper compares a national soccer crisis with the spread of an Internet worm, you know that the worm has had an enormous impact on everyday life. In March 2004, Gabor Szappanos tracked the rise of W32/Mydoom.

VB2018 paper: Unpacking the packed unpacker: reversing an Android anti-analysis native library

This paper analyses one of the most interesting anti-analysis native libraries we’ve seen in the Android ecosystem. No previous references to this library have been found.The anti-analysis library is named ‘WeddingCake’ because it has lots of layers.

VB2018 paper: Draw me like one of your French APTs – expanding our descriptive palette for cyber threat actors

When it comes to the descriptive study of digital adversaries, we’ve proven far less than poets. Currently, our understanding is stated in binary terms: ‘is the actor sophisticated or not?’. Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade puts forward his views on how we…

VB2018 paper: Office bugs on the rise

It has never been easier to attack Office vulnerabilities than it is nowadays. In this paper Gabor Szappanos looks more deeply into the dramatic changes that have happened in the past 12 months in the Office exploit scene.

VB2018 paper: Tracking Mirai variants

Mirai, the infamous DDoS botnet family known for its great destructive power, was made open source soon after being found by MalwareMustDie in August 2016, which led to a proliferation of Mirai variant botnets. This paper presents a set of Mirai…

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