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It’s easy to think that in the year 2013, computers have come far enough that slow booting, unresponsive machines are a thing of the past. Sadly, this just isn’t the case. Although Windows 8 and the advent of SSD drives has made our PCs, ultrabooks and tablets boot-up extremely quickly, there are still forces at […]

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We can safely say that since we encountered our first rogue, they’ve always commanded a presence in the malware ecosystem. That was, until recently we observed a decrease in rogue activity. That’s not to say they went away altogether – no, not at all – but towards the end of January we did see markedly […]

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Most rogue antivirus software displays an interface that is predominantly in English, with some presenting a few other European languages as well. However, this month one of the families added by MSRT is Win32/Onescan, a Korean fake antivirus scanner that is the most prevalent of the Asian language-based rogues.   Recently we noticed that several […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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