An indispensable source of reference for anyone concerned with computer security, the Bulletin is the forum through which leading security researchers publish the latest security research and information in a bid to share knowledge with the security community. Publications cover the latest threats, new developments and techniques in the security landscape, opinions from respected members of the industry, and more. The Bulletin archives offer informative articles going back to 1989. Our editorial team is happy to hear from anyone interested in submitting a paper for publication.
Alexander Adamov (NioGuard Security Lab)
These days, we see an increasing number of new pieces of ransomware for Android devices. They adopt new social engineering, communication and encryption techniques such as the use of Tor and advanced encryption algorithms (RSA-1024 and even elliptic…Read more
In mid-1997, new viruses and variants were appearing at over 250 per month, and according to Peter Morley, "Any organization which cannot process 300 viruses per month in times of stress, has no chance of keeping in the game." He split anti-virus…Read more
Being able to find files that are similar to a particular file is quite useful, although it can be difficult to handle at scale. It can often require an infeasible number of comparisons, which need to take place outside of a database. In an attempt…Read more
In February 2000, distributed denial of service, or DDoS, attacks disrupted some of the largest websites – CNN, MSN, Yahoo and others – sites designed to serve millions of pages per day. So Nick FitzGerald asked: what are DDoS attacks? How might they…Read more
Thanks mainly to the marketing efforts of the anti-virus industry around the world, in 1993 the true extent of the computer virus problem has been efficiently concealed beneath a ragbag of pseudo-scientific projections, surveys, reports, forecasts…Read more
Gabor Szappanos (Sophos)Read more