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The corporate environment is more complicated than home one. There are a number of file servers and many tens to thousands client computers. An antivirus is usually installed on all those machines. In most cases it detects the malware that attacks a company, however there could be cases when malware outsmarts the antivirus , then […]

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Win32/Vobfus is a family of worms that spreads via removable drives and downloads other malware, and a family that is causing people a lot of pain lately. Vobfus was initially discovered in September 2009 and became prevalent with its use of the MS10-046 .LNK vulnerability. The .LNK vulnerability has also been used by Chymine, Sality, […]

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The past year has been one of expansion for ransomware. Throughout 2012 an increasing number of blogs, tutorials and discussion forums were written to help people gain access to ransomware-locked computers without paying the ransom. The authors of Reveton ransomware are aware that the persistence of their malware on a system is not only narrowed by […]

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