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VB2016 paper: APT reports and OPSEC evolution, or: these are not the APT reports you are looking for

While APT reports should have threat actors scrambling to keep up, in reality they are providing APT actors with the information they need to implement new operational security practices and technologies that have defenders working as hard as ever to…

Throwback Thursday: A Troubled World

In early 1991, the world was a troubled place and conflict and violence were being reported globally on a daily basis. With this as a backdrop, the world of "indiscriminate" computer viruses which "victimise in a random and unpredictable manner"…

The journey and evolution of God Mode in 2016: CVE-2016-0189

Exploits for the CVE‑2016‑0189 vulnerability offer both reliability and complexity, so it is little wonder that it was the most commonly exploited vulnerability in 2016. Ankit Anubhav traces the journey and evolution of the 'God Mode' exploitation…

VB2016 paper: Great crypto failures

This VB2016 paper surveys selected recent case studies of unfortunate cryptographic implementations in malware. When considered together, these examples illustrate a picture of design anti-patterns that is either worrying or encouraging, depending on…

Throwback Thursday: The malware battle: reflections and forecasts

At the start of 2004, Jamz Yaneza reflected on the year just ended and pondered what 2004 would have in store for the AV industry.