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Last Thursday’s post links to “Stels” analysis by Dell SecureWorks. (Read it!) Stels is a versatile Android trojan which has recently started spreading via the Cutwail spam botnet. Android malware being distributed by a mass-market crimeware gang — could be a game changer. So, how did Stels spread before Cutwail? Here’s a few slightly older […]

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The Windows heap memory is a rich source of anti-debugging techniques. It can be altered in numerous ways to achieve interesting effects, such as the execution of arbitrary code in particular circumstances. It can also be used in indirect ways, since many APIs allocate and/or free memory as part of their standard behaviour. What follows […]

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