ESET conference papers from the 2014 Virus Bulletin and AVAR conferences are now available.
A new conference paper discusses whether AMTSO has the credibility to achieve its aims of raising testing standards on its own.
The paper by Julio Canto and myself on the use and misuse of multi-scanner malware-checking resources like VirusTotal is now available.
The two most prevalent threats over 2011 were still INF/Autorun and Conficker: ESET's December ThreatSense Report looks at threat trends in the new year.
ESET's Threat Reports for September and October include some quality articles on Facebook, safety online, and backup strategy.
Well, the EICAR conference earlier this month was in Krems, in Austria, where I hear that they're not averse to the occasional brandy, but I was actually perfectly sober when I delivered my paper on Security Software & Rogue Economics: New Technology or New Marketing? (The full abstract is available at the same URL.) To conform with EICAR's
Here’s another conference paper we’ve put up recently on the conference papers page at https://www.welivesecurity.com/papers/conference-papers/. “Whatever Happened to the Unlikely Lads? A Hoaxing Metamorphosis” by David Harley and Randy Abrams, was presented at the 19th Virus Bulletin Conference in Geneva in 2009, The paper was first published in Virus Bulletin 2009 Conference Proceedings. Copyright is
Some of you may have noticed that I’ve been uncharacteristically quiet the past few days. That’s because I really needed to do catch up with other things. Sad though I am to have missed the opportunity to jeer at Mikeyy the Worm and his new employer (though I may come back to them shortly, just