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In Physics, the event horizon of a black hole is the point at which the black hole’s gravitational pull becomes so great that nothing can escape – not even light. In other words, the black hole’s event horizon is essentially a “point of no return” that, once crossed, can never be crossed in the reverse […]

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We have been tracking the Carberp cybercrime group’s activity for three years now. Tracking started in 2009 with the first samples of the Carberp malcious software seen in the wild. By the beginning of 2010 the second wave of Carberp activity had forced out other banking malware families (Win32/Spy.Shiz, Win32/Hodprot) in Russia. We summarized the […]

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In 2011 we had already made available a presentation from the 2011 CARO workshop in Prague about the first phases of our investigation into the Win32/Carberp cybercrime group (Cybercrime in Russia: Trends and issues). CARO Workshops are unusual in that they do not permit media to join and because they follow a strict no recording policy duringtalks. […]

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