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Costin Raiu (Kaspersky Lab)
With its 64-bit Internet Explorer, Microsoft seems to have shipped a version that is relatively safe from malware, but will its lack of support for ActiveX controls, Java, Shockwave and PDFs simply drive users back to the malware-friendly 32-bit…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
Cross-infector viruses demonstrate the flexibility of certain file formats. While some of these viruses have clearly been written to maximise their replication potential, most seem to have been written simply to show that it can be done. Peter Ferrie…Read more
VB2005 was a double record breaker - Virus Bulletin's longest and largest conference to date. We were delighted to welcome well over 360 delegates to The Burlington hotel in Dublin for the debut of the event's new longer format - and, for the second…Read more
Andreas Marx (AV-TEST)Read more
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