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During our research on the Winnti group we discovered a considerable amount of Winnti samples targeting different gaming companies. Using this sophisticated malicious program cybercriminals gained remote access to infected workstations and then carried out further activity manually.Naturally, we were keen to find out how the malicious libraries spread across a local network. To do […]

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Windows Desktop Support Posted: 22 March 2013 Company name: Alert Logic Location: Houston, TX (77056) United States Pay rate: DOE Poster represents: employer Terms of employment: Salaried employee Hours: full time Onsite: yes Description:Based in Houston, TX, Alert Logic is seeking to hire a strong Windows Desktop Support Professional to provide technical support and maintenance […]

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First: Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol is disabled on Windows by default. So most computers are unaffected by issues highlighted as a result of the month’s “Patch Tuesday”. However: If you administer RDP enabled workstations — then you probably should read Microsoft’s Security Research & Defense post about CVE-2012-0002. CVE-2012-0002 was privately reported to Microsoft, and […]

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