There are direct links to all the papers here, but for abstracts and other information see the individual blog articles (links in boldface). Copyright on all papers belongs to Virus Bulletin, but papers are made available here by permission. (Full copyright notice for each paper is included in the blog.)
My first ever conference paper. More info in the blog article, but here’s a direct link to paper – Macs and Macros – the State of the Macintosh Nation.
My second Virus Bulletin paper. More info in the blog article, but here’s a direct link to paper – The E-Mail of the Species: Worms, Chain-Letters, Spam and other Abuses.
More information in the blog article, but here’s a direct link to the paper – Fact, Fiction and Managed Anti-Malware Services: Vendors, Resellers and Customers Divided by a Common Language
Co-written with Judith Harley and Eddy Willems. Here’s a direct link to the paper: Teach Your Children Well: ICT Security and the Younger Generation
Co-written with Andrew Lee. Direct link to paper: Phish Phodder: is User Education Helping or Hindering?
Two papers presented that year…
Another two paper year.
(1) With Randy Abrams: direct link to paper – Whatever Happened to the Unlikely Lads? A Hoaxing Metamorphosis.
(2) With Jeff Debrosse. Direct link to paper – Malice Through the Looking Glass: Behaviour Analysis for the Next Decade
Yet another year with two papers.
(1) With Andrew Lee. Direct link to paper: Call of the WildList: Last Orders for WildCore-Based Testing?
(2) With Peter Košinár, Juraj Malcho, Richard Marko: direct link to paper – AV Testing Exposed
With Larry Bridwell: direct link to paper – Daze of Whine and Neuroses (but Testing is FINE)
With Martijn Grooten, Steve Burn and Craig Johnston. Direct link to paper: My PC has 32,539 Errors: how Telephone Support Scams really Work.
Virus Bulletin 2014
A paper with ESET’s Eugene Rodionov and Intel researcher Aleksandr Matrosov (also formerly of ESET) on Bootkits: past, present & future. The paper was presented by Eugene and Alex as I wasn’t able to get to the conference, and the paper itself is available here. (Or, failing that, on this site.)
Virus Bulletin 2017
Probably my last major conference presentation, and my 16th VB paper. ‘The (testing) world upside down‘. To be presented as the first part of a Virus Bulletin Small Talk, followed by a more general testing discussion led by AMTSO’s COO John Hawes. The paper itself will appear here after the conference.
David Harley CITP FBCS CISSP
Small Blue-Green World
ESET Senior Research Fellow