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Using components of Windows multilingual support, it is possible to create a file that will capture keystrokes on a target system while using the OS to protect that file from removal or deletion. Masaki Suenaga explains how an IME could be used as a…Read more
'Over 99% accurate!' 'Zero critical false positives!' '10 times more effective than a human!' Claims about the accuracy of spam filters abound in marketing literature and on company websites. Yet even the term 'accuracy' isn't accurate.Read more
Apart from being large multinationals, what do CNN, UPS, the New York Times, General Electric and ABC News have in common? The answer is that they (reportedly) were all infected by Zotob. Martin Overton provides an overview of this summer's most…Read more
PSGuard is a 'virus and spyware remover' program which is promoted through the Win32/Nsag infectors. While questionable in terms of motive, the program itself has no malicious payload. Roel Schouwenberg considers the problems 'light grey'…Read more