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Mysterious Avatar rootkit with API, SDK, and Yahoo Groups for C&C communication

The mysterious Avatar rootkit, detected by ESET as Win32/Rootkit.Avatar, appears to reflect a heavy investment in code development, with an API and a SDK available, plus an interesting abuse of Yahoo Groups for C&C communications.

ZeroAccess? Much too much access…

Why the ZeroAccess rootkit family modifications are important to the end user.

TDSS and hacking the hackers

…Aleks and Eugene released a new version of the tool they developed in the course of their research into the TDL family…

Tidy TDSS (TDL3) Paper

…Aleksandr Matrosov, Senior Virus Researcher, & Eugene Rodionov, Rootkit Analyst, … have allowed us to share a long and comprehensive report on the TLD3 rootkit…

Avoiding Conflict

Some of you may be aware that some users have recently encountered problems with one of Microsoft's security updates. Some user's systems would crash with a "Blue Screen Of Death" (BSOD) after installing Microsoft's latest batch of security updates. The problem has been narrowed down to the MS10-015 update. It seems that systems that have

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