Monthly Archives: February 2012

A happy and over-worked Valentine’s Day…

…But I’m travelling for the next few weeks, so things will be quieter. Writing-wise, if not work-wise. Infosecurity Magazine: Malware: a Matter of Definition ESET: Cybercrime, Cyberpolicing, and the Public  Chainmailcheck: Only love can break your heart…  Mac Virus: Flashbacks East … Continue reading

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13th February

Busy day (you don’t know the half of it)… ESET blog: Cybercrime and Punishment SC Magazine: My not-so-funny valentine  Securiteam: The malware problem looks better after the first cup of coffee  David Harley CITP FBCS CISSP Small Blue-Green World ESET … Continue reading

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28th January – 12th February

Articles: Virus Bulletin Living the Meme (available to subscribers only) Hakin9 David Harley, Aleksandr Matrosov, Eugene Rodionov:  When I’m x64: Bootkit Threat Evolution in 2011 Network Security: AMTSO: the Test of Time? This article appeared in January’s Network Security but is now available … Continue reading

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