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The Guardian reported yesterday that Microsofts search engine Bing appeared to be censoring information for Chinese-language users in the United States as it would censor results in mainland China. Microsoft has denied the allegations, blaming the exclusion on a technical error. Chinese-language searches for controversial topics found different results The author of the blog, Charlie […]

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Have you ever wondered about the ads you might have seen being shown on the desktop or in the browser during web browsing sessions at Internet cafes? One of our Analysts, Wayne, certainly did. He recently analyzed a sample (SHA1: c8c643df81df5f60d5cd8cf46cb3902c5f630e96) that gave him an interesting answer. The sample was a rootkit named in its […]

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Over the weekend, Yeh, one of our Security Response Analysts, came across some interesting analysis on a Chinese language forum about an Android app that basically turns a mobile device into a hack-tool capable of stealing information from a connected Windows machine.He managed to find a sample (MD5:283d16309a5a35a13f8fa4c5e1ae01b1) for further investigation. When executed, the sample […]

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