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Christoph Alme looks at the embedding of arbitrary objects into Word 2003 XML files and shows why finding them and passing them onto the virus scanner is not such a 'walk in the park' as one might expect.Read more
One of the most popular tools for an anti-virus researcher is the Interactive Disassembler (IDA), and its IDC scripting language has become the latest target, thanks to W32/Gatt. Peter Ferrie has the details.Read more