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Richard Ford (Florida Institute of Technology)Read more
The W32/Polip virus caught the AV industry by surprise recently – we didn't expect to see a parasitic virus, and we certainly didn't expect to see anything of such apparent complexity. However, looks can be deceiving. Peter Ferrie reveals all.Read more
Andrew Lee (ESET)
'Will the new security features in Windows Vista fix the virus problem?' was the question that nearly knocked Andrew Lee off his seat in surprise. Once he had recovered his composure, he decided to provide a more detailed answer than the simple,…Read more
In April 2006 a virus appeared for a new virusable platform - the general-purpose, mathematics-oriented MatLab. Vesselin Bontchev provides us with the full details of the unremarkable and slightly buggy proof-of-concept virus MLab/Balogy.A.Read more
In Matt Ham's final comparative review for Virus Bulletin he puts 26 products for Windows XP through their paces. Two products enter the test line-up for the first time this month: TrustPort Antivirus and the rather more well-known Microsoft OneCare.…Read more