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I love sleep. Studies have shown that sleep is vital to development, learning, memory retention, and organ health — not only is it healthy, getting a good night’s sleep just makes me feel better. Am I actually getting the sleep I need? Ultimately, the goal of sleep tracking in all of these fitness trackers is […]

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While testing malware recently, we got some logs from our automated analysis system showing a few samples that are only partially replicated. We have heuristics that predict the behavior of a sample; but if that prediction fails, then the heuristics identify the state of a sample and decide if it is worth sending to our […]

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Yesterday the Iranian CERT made an announcement about a new piece of wiper-like malware. We detect these files as Trojan.Win32.Maya.a. This is an extremely simplistic attack. In essence, the attacker wrote some BAT files and then used a BAT2EXE tool to turn them into Windows PE files. The author seems to have used (a variant […]

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