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TDL4 revisited

I just saw an article by Mathew Schwartz for Information Week focused on a series of articles by Aleksandr Matrosov, Eugene Rodionov and myself for Infosec Institute. The articles are actually based on previous analyses of TDL3 and TDL4 by Aleksandr and Eugene, but even if you’ve seen those, you might find the aggregation of older

Armor-Piercing Rounds for Chain Mail

In my copious free time, I contribute to and in some cases maintain a number of other blogs (the ones with a security bias are listed in my signature here). The chainmail/hoax checking page at http://chainmailcheck.wordpress.com/ was specifically set up to explore a hoax/chainletter mitigation project that's still in the preparatory stages, but I've been posting

Conficker, Y2K, and Apocalypse Now

Around the end of the last decade, when I was working for a research organization in the UK, I used to write a monthly column on security for an in-house newspaper, and was rapped over the knuckles for telling this little story. I’ve probably changed the detail since then: I don’t keep everything I’ve written

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