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April ThreatSense Report

As you can see from this photo from the Infosecurity Europe show, my sessions down at the gym are really starting to pay off. :) As I mentioned previously, the update process on the monthly ThreatSense Report continues, and the April report is now available here. While the usual look at the top ten security

AMTSO and EICAR

  Some of us are currently busily preparing for the AMTSO workshop in Helsinki on the 24th and 25th May 2010, just before the CARO workshop on 26th and 27th May (for which registration closes on 12th May). Before the Helsinki events, though, the EICAR conference in Paris includes some interesting testing-related material before and during the main conference.

Some possibly interesting links and a very old new paper

If you regularly follow my blogs, you'll know that while this my primary blogspot, it isn't the only site to which I post (see signature for full details). Here are a few recent blogs and microblogs that may be of possible interest. @Mophiee asked me about the ICPP Trojan on Twitter (where I'm @ESETblog or

Good Password Practice: Not the Golden Globe Award

The Boston Globe suggested  that changing passwords is a waste of time, based on their interpretation of an article by Herley Cormac. Cormac's paper – well worth reading, by the way - reinforces a point that has been made many times both by me and by the "user education doesn't work" lobby. While I don't believe that education is useless,

EICAR Papers

After my last blog, I was asked what other EICAR papers would be of interest to people in the testing industry. In fact, quite a few of this year’s papers were focused on anti-malware testing and/or detection, and the abstracts for the industry papers are available here, and that may give you a start on

I Like EICAR

Yes, I’ve used that pun before, but I can’t resist using it again now that I’m back from the EICAR conference. I actually got back a couple of days ago, but I was sidetracked by some urgent administrivia and dental treatment. I’m having bacon and eggs for breakfast, my first pet’s name was Stuart Little

AMTSO marches on

So the CARO workshop came and went (and very good it was too): unfortunately, because of the nature of the event, I can’t tell you too much about it. However, at least some of the presentations are expected to be made available soon, and we’ll pass on that information when we have it. After a

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