Conference Materials

Conference Materials

This paper looks at the implications in the age of the botnet of the “Some Other Dude Did It” and “it must have been a Trojan” defences against conviction for possession of illegal material, especially pornography.
Presented at the 4th Cybercrime Forensics Education & Training (CFET 2010) Conference in September 2010.

A summary of how the Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization has developed in the past few years and the way in which the AV and testing industries have responded to those developments.
Presented at the 4th Cybercrime Forensics Education & Training (CFET 2010) Conference in September 2010.

Second in a series illustrating innovative ways of teaching the concepts behind a major security issue, the paper illustrates how botmasters capture computers and “recruit” them into virtual networks to use them for criminal purposes.
First published in Virus Bulletin 2008 Conference Proceedings.*