Category Archives: David Harley

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 Advertisements

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VB article: Don’t Forget To Write

[If you got here by way of the ESET We Live Security site, here’s a link to take you back to the white papers page.] This is my most recent article for Virus Bulletin: David Harley, Don’t Forget to Write, … Continue reading

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AVAR paper 2013

This is a paper written by Larry Bridwell and myself for the 16th AVAR conference in Chennai, which was kindly presented by ESET’s Chief Research Officer Juraj Malcho, as neither Larry nor myself were able to attend the conference in … Continue reading

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AVAR Conference Paper 2013

My last but one paper for AVAR was co-written with Larry Bridwell: as neither of us ws able to get to AVAR 2013 in Chennai, it was presented by ESET’s Juraj Malcho. It was called Death of a Salesforce: whatever happened to … Continue reading

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AVAR Conference Paper 2010

In 2010, I co-wrote and co-presented a paper at AVAR in Bali with Lysa Myers (now with ESET, but then with West Coast Labs) and Eddy Willems of G-Data and EICAR: Test Files and Product Evaluation: the Case for and … Continue reading

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AVAR Conference Paper 2009 (2)

My second paper for AVAR 2009 in Kyoto was co-written with Randy Abrams: Malware, Marketing and Education: Soundbites or Sound Practice? 

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AVAR Conference Paper 2009 (1)

In 2009, I co-wrote two papers for the AVAR conference in Kyoto. The first was co-written with Craig Johnston: Please Police Me.

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