Category Archives: ESET

Newsflash: not all security news sites are useful

Is it just me who is exasperated when security ‘news’ sites quote articles that they don’t bother to link to? Continue reading

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Yet more reluctant oratory

Part 3 of a series of articles on making conference presentations. 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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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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New Conference Paper: Virus Bulletin 2013

[Correction: in the paper Mac Hacking: the Way to Better Testing? it’s incorrectly implied that independent tester Thomas Reed tested with on-demand scanning rather than on-access scanning because he believed that it was how detection would happen in most real-world situations. … Continue reading

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EICAR paper (9): Security Software & Rogue Economics: New Technology or New Marketing?

This is a paper I presented in 2011 at the EICAR conference in Krems, Austria, on “Security Software & Rogue Economics: New Technology or New Marketing?” Here’s the abstract: A highlight of the 2009 Virus Bulletin Conference was a panel … Continue reading

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EICAR paper (3): Back to the Future – Fresh Approaches to Malware Management

One of my papers for EICAR 2002, co-written with ESET CEO Andrew Lee, though at that time he was working for Dorset County Council and I was working for the NHS Information Authority. Back to the Future – Fresh Approaches … Continue reading

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