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Problems for AV vendors: some thoughts

'I see drowning in new malware as one of the main issues facing the AV industry today.’ Eugene Kaspersky, Kaspersky Lab.

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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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Stories from the DRM world: the Settec case

Months after Sony got into trouble for using rootkit functionality in the DRM protection of audio media, the word 'rootkit' is still hitting the headlines. This time the trouble comes in the form of DVD movies containing DRM software from Settec.…

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View from the cheap seats

'Our jobs and our day-to-day successes and failures are still as much about people and what they do (and don't do) as they ever were.' Max Morris, independent author, USA.

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IM_a nuisance – W32.Imav.A

Two years after its emergence the Beagle family is still one of the most pervasive families of Internet worms. John Canavan takes a close look at one variant that has made the surprising switch from email to ICQ as its major infection vector.

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Proxies for the underworld: I-Worm.Locksky.AS

The Locksky email worm first appeared in October 2005. Its aim is to install proxies on victims' machines, which can then be sold. Ferenc Laszlo Nagy has the details.

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Solving the metamorphic puzzle

Metamorphic viruses have posed a challenge for the anti-virus industry for quite some time. This article focuses on a number of metamorphic techniques and highlights different methods for detecting them.

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Improving proactive detection of packed malware

Dynamic translation is a technique that can be used instead of emulation for decrypting complex malware. Adrian Stepan describes how the technique can also be used to perform generic unpacking.

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