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Following news of the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (as reported by the BBC) the Websense ThreatSeeker® Network has identified several malicious email campaigns that make reference to the President's death.  Malware authors are increasingly using breaking global news events as a means of propagating lures that lead to malware.  Here is a screenshot […]

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The magazine PC.COM (Malaysia) is publishing on a monthly basis the questions and answers coming from their readers. The editor of the magazine was kind to allow us to publish the questions and the answers I provided. This means that every month we will have a special article with questions and answers. What’s the difference […]

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After our latest blog on Carberp and the Black Hole exploit pack, we thought it would be useful to aggregate the material we've published to date on the topic into a single paper. That actually went up on the white papers page yesterday, but Aleksandr suggested adding some material that we thought would make it […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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