Poll: should we teach students how to write viruses – What do you think in regards to this very controversial issue? Your opinions are welcome. Thank you for voting.
There is new poll on this blog. Question is “Which antivirus software do you use?”
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To simply check if you are infected, you can use Conficker Eye Chart developed by Conficker Working Group.
Read this interview and you probably will be scared. It is interview with Matt Knox. He talks about his early days designing and writing adware for Direct Revenue.
New question is related to long lasting rumors that some security software companies are connected to virus writers and use them as helpers to increase revenues.
ZoneAlarm by Check Point, firewall, antivirus and antispyware is tool that I use for quite some time on one of my computers. It offered update to new version 7.0.462.000 today. After installation and starting antispyware scan it detected and considered Windows Live … Continued
This is a very interesting question that Steve Riley talked about in recent post on his blog (here). And of course, a number of people have asked him if he is recommending such a stance to other individuals or to … Continued
Mark Kanok from Symantec put interesting post titled Detection and Remediation on Symantec official blog. It contains updated definitions of some of today’s most prevalent threats: Backdoors — A backdoor is an undocumented way of gaining access privileges to a … Continued
This is really interesting reading: invisiblethings’ blog: Tricky Tricks. Joanna Rutkowska says: … So, do I want to say that all those years of A/V research on detecting file infections was a waste time? I’m afraid that is exactly what … Continued
Thousands of Italian tourism Websites have been hit by a virus that infects the computers of visitors, then slithers through them in search of confidential information. The attack, known as The Italian Job, has hit over 4,500 websites on travel … Continued