The Stuxnet analysis “Stuxnet Under the Microscope” … has, unlike most ESET white papers, been subject to a number of revisions as we’ve come to know more about the malware itself, and as the purposes of its perpetrators have become clearer. However, since all the known vulnerabilities exploited by Stuxnet have now been patched, version 1.3x of the document is likely to be the last substantial revision.
Two new papers have gone up on the ESET White Papers page at http://www.eset.com/download/whitepapers.php. (Strictly speaking, they're not altogether new: they include some material that has previously been blogged here.) The Internet Book of the Dead is a bit different from other papers you’ll find on the ESET white papers page. (Technically, it’s not actually
Have you checked our white papers page at http://www.eset.com/download/whitepapers.php lately? We've recently put up a paper by Jeff Debrosse and David Harley that was presented at the 19th Virus Bulletin Conference in Geneva in 2009, and called "Malice Through the Looking Glass: Behaviour Analysis for the Next Decade". The paper was first published in Virus
I came across a nice article today by Dennis Fisher on “The Root of the Botnet Epidemic”. It's the start of what looks like an interesting series on "the roots, growth and effects of the botnet epidemic" and the first aricle takes a historical overview of the situation around the turn of the century, looking
I learned a new word today. "Glurge", according to snopes.com, an essential resource when checking the validity of dubious chain letters, glurge is the sending of inspirational (and supposedly true) tales … that often … undermine their messages by fabricating and distorting historical fact in the guise of offering a "true story". I came across
Now that the end-of-year security conference season is winding down, we're able to start making available some of the presentations and papers that we've been building up in the past few months, but haven't been able to make publicly available ahead of the events for which they were written. We've already made available a slide