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Techniques used by malware developers to evade detection by security software have changed drastically in recent years. Encryption, packers, wrappers, and other methods were effective for various lengths of time. But eventually antimalware programs gained detection techniques to combat these steps.Malware authors next started frequently changing code and other data; now malware binaries are modified […]

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If you live on this planet, you must have definitely have heard of the new malware that is making use of a zero-day vulnerability in Adobe Reader. This malware is called MiniDuke, and it is slowly but surely becoming the nightmare of any company: it is polymorphic – there are thousands of variants in the […]

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Last month, we saw a new Java vulnerability (CVE-2012-1723) being used by malware. This new Java vulnerability is a type-confusion, same as the notorious CVE-2012-0507 AtomicReferenceArray vulnerability. The vulnerability was resolved on June 12th by Oracle and a discussion on the vulnerability was made public on June 13th (though some security updates had appeared in […]

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FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2020

Mission-Critical Broadband – Why Governments Should Partner with Commercial Operators:
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The Multi-Model Database:
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