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In passing, I recalled talking to my neighbor where I mentioned working in the area of information security. His next question quickly came out- “Why do these scammers want my information?” The more I’m asked this question, the more apparent it becomes that user information is highly valuable.Would it be surprising to know that it […]

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You probably know by now that Adobe will revoke a compromised code signing certificate in a couple of days. As we seem to have more code signing related security incidents recently, I started to develop a couple of new tools.AnalyzePESig is a tool to check signatures in PE files, just like Sysinternals’ sigcheck. But with […]

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Monday’s post included a screenshot of the ZeroAccess botnet as visualized in Google Earth. Well, we’ve finished cleaning up the KML file which now includes 139,447 bot locations based on IP addresses associated with approximately 2,600 samples. ZeroAccess is a very large botnet and there are millions of infections globally. Here’s the USA: Click the […]

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