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Inside the PE file format

Sanjay Katkar describes how recent malicious programs have exploited the PE file format, manipulating the header fields to avoid detection.

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Malware Penetration Index: a new virus metric

Oren Drori and Nicky Pappo introduce their new model for calculating malware penetration probability during an outbreak.

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Don’t bring a knife to a gunfight

'The industry needs to look at what can be done to increase its defences, and provide innovative solutions.' Joshua Corman, Internet Security Systems.

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A Different look at the rootkit installation process

Aleksander Czarnowski (AVET Information and Network Security)

Aleksander Czarnowski takes a look at one of the largely undocumented aspects of penetration testing: rootkit installation for profiling system security at local level.

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eTrust Internet Security Suite

Matt Ham puts eTrust's ISS package through its paces.

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Turn off your PC

Tomer Honen explains why being mugged at gunpoint could cost you less than being the target of the next multi-stage phishing attack.

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Regional threats

Kaoru Hayashi examines the increase in attacks that are targeted at specific geographic regions or languages.

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VB Comparative: Red Hat Linux 9 - April 2006

The main competition amongst products this month seemed to be as to which could have the least useful documentation – find out which products redeemed themselves by achieving a VB 100%.

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Not a feeble attempt

Viktor Johasz details Worm.Feebs.AF.

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A small step for Mac OS X

Glyn Kennington has the details of OSX/Leap-A.

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