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The Flame worm (detected by ESET as Win32/Flamer) is one of the most interesting targeted threats of this year. Although several articles about it have been published, many of the facts about the internal structure of its main module (mssecmgr.ocx) have not been disclosed yet. In this blog post we want to shed light on […]

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Even visiting security-oriented websites can sometimes be risky. If you’ve visited the security blog zerosecurity.org this month and you’re also a user of ESET’s security products, you might have encountered an anti-virus alert such as this one: The detection names may vary. Different variants of the following “generic families” were detected on the compromised websites on […]

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