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#topics arising at the #conference that were most interesting included APT research and threat intelligence, Linux (and embedded) as a targeted platform in much higher prevalence, and Patrick Wardle’s talk on Apple’s security technology Gatekeeper flaws. Costin, the mysterious spook, and Juan’s #talks and papers reflected on the threat intelligence industry as a transformation. One […]

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At this time of year I’m usually getting ready to travel to #virus bulletin, maybe the year’s most important #conference for an anti-#malware researcher. The agenda looks as good as ever, though, with a keynote from Ross Anderson to kick things off. Other presentations that caught my eye included Does prevalence matter? Ranking anti-malware products […]

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In 2011 we had already made available a presentation from the 2011 CARO workshop in Prague about the first phases of our investigation into the Win32/Carberp cybercrime group (Cybercrime in Russia: Trends and issues). CARO Workshops are unusual in that they do not permit media to join and because they follow a strict no recording policy duringtalks. […]

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