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Brian McWilliams explains why, despite the recent outbreak of Sober.Q, which showered the Internet with neo-Nazi propaganda emails, he disagrees with the notion that virus writers and spammers are in cahoots.Read more
Each profession has its own set of tools, and whenever there is an improvement in those tools, the work of that profession becomes more efficient. Every company in the anti-virus industry has its own confidential technology for studying malicious and…Read more
The security and resource implications of adware - particularly in the corporate environment - are becoming an increasing concern for users. While AV vendors continue the tricky process of determining what should and should not be detected, adware…Read more
Aleksander Czarnowski (AVET Information and Network Security)
In the first part of this article we inspected several problems that are encountered when particular objects are loaded into memory. In this part we will inspect further problems associated with static analysis techniques.Read more