Author Archives: David Harley

About David Harley

Computer Security Author/Editor; Independent Antimalware Researcher; CEO at Small Blue-Green World; Senior Research Fellow at ESET.

Virus Bulletin conference paper 2017

Sadly, this is probably the last paper I’ll write for a Virus Bulletin conference. 16 VB papers is probably enough for one career, and at my age travel is more difficult than it was in the 1990s. ­čÖé The abstract … Continue reading

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Virus Bulletin paper #16

Well, it won’t be out till October 2017, but there’s some news about my latest (and probably last) VB paper on the ESET WeLiveSecurity blog site, and some of the other stuff that will be happening at my favourite security … Continue reading

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Auld Lang Syne – Ancient Techtarget Article

Security prognostication: reminding myself to be cautious. Continue reading

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Child Safety on St Helena

It seems I’ve neglected this blog for quite a while: while I’ve touched up some of the pages where necessary, I haven’t added any articles. Well, talking of interviews (which I was about six months ago) here’s a transcript (for … Continue reading

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Interviewed by Online Education

An exhaustive interview conducted by Online Education’s Matt Ashare. A walk down memory lane… Continue reading

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AVAR 2014 paper

This is the paper by myself and Sebastian Bortnik, of ESET Latin America, presented at AVAR 2014 in Sydney: Lemming Aid and Kool Aid: Helping the Community to help itself through Education

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Virus Bulletin 2014 Conference Paper

So now that the 2014 Virus Bulletin conference is over, here’s the paper – my 15th VB paper! – written by Eugene Rodionov (ESET), Alexander Matrosov (Intel) and myself: Bootkits: past, present & future And here’s the abstract: Bootkit threats … Continue reading

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