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Dealing with file formats is not really enjoyed by us. Usually the format designers haven’t had the security and parsing by foreign applications in mind, sometimes the specifications are hard to get, but, what is worst is the specification which claims something and then the major implementation does not follow it, allowing the bad guys […]

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It’s deja vu. Last year around this time, I blogged about an exploit in the wild for a vulnerability included in the June 2011 MS Tuesday. This year, there is an active exploit in the wild for a vulnerability in July’s MS Tuesday.Since mid-March, attackers have been sending their targets customized emails with malformed attachments […]

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Malware writers have got a new way to keep their babies safe. Recently we found a malware in 16bit NE file format and it runs smoothly in modern 32/64bit OS without detection even by the HIPS.   Detections As far as we know, the sample has been in public view for 4 days(since 2012.1.16). But […]

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