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NOD32 for Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/X64 with centralized management

Matt Ham Reviews the latest offering from Eset - NOD32 for Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/X64 with centralized management

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VB Comparative: Windows 2003 Advanced Server - October 2005

27 products squeeze onto the Windows 2003 Advanced Server testing bench this month. Matt Ham has the details.

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Grey clouds on the horizon

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'…

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Time to embrace the digital age

Virus Bulletin editor Helen Martin talks about the future of the Virus Bulletin publication.

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Ending spam

John Graham-Cumming reviews: Ending spam by Jonathan A Zdziarski

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Vers & Virus

Eddy Willems reviews: Vers & Virus by François Paget.

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Zo-to-business

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…

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McAfee Virusscan Online

Detailed testing and analysis of McAfee VirusScan Online.

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New malware distribution methods threaten signature-based AV

In this article, we identify two new malware distribution methods: short-span attacks and serial variant attacks. We describe their particular distribution patterns, the development of recent attacks, and the potential dangers they present.

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Symbian OS - mysterious playground for new malware

In the last year or two, an increasing number of Symbian threats have been reported. While there are not yet many malware writers who are interested in the Symbian OS, this may soon change. Robert Wang asks: is the Symbian OS in danger of further…

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