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November 19, 2010  2:37 PM

Anatomy of a crimeware rootkit – scary stuff!



Posted by: Troy Tate
crimeware, infosec, malware, rootkit, training, trojan, tutorial

I came across a recent tutorial on reverse engineering the ZeroAccess / Max++ / Smiscer Crimeware Rootkit. This is a very malicious...

August 23, 2010  6:32 PM

Investigation indicates trojan contributed to 2008 Spainair crash



Posted by: Troy Tate
anti-virus, antivirus, av, computer maintenance, loss of life, malicious software, malware, malware protection, slow performance, trojan, virus

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February 2, 2010  5:40 PM

Malware writers get a little HLP from you



Posted by: Troy Tate
antivirus, backdoor, botnet, command and control, malicious software, malware, malware research, mcafee, rootkit, support, system support, trojan, virus

I was roving around today on the McAfee TrustedSource Research Blog website and came across a very interesting entry about malware writers using...

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October 7, 2009  6:38 PM

IT services and The Three Chinese Curses



Posted by: Troy Tate
bot, botnet, career, information security, information technology, infosec, IT, network analysis, professional, Security, service level, support, trojan

In America, October is the time when haunting, evil spirits and curses come to mind. Earlier today I posted a blog entry titled Can IT education bring an end to the...

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June 24, 2009  6:24 PM

Did you see this? – SYSTEM CLEANING: GETTING RID OF MALWARE FROM INFECTED PCS



Posted by: Troy Tate
anti-virus, antivirus, av, availability, bot, botnet, information security, integrity, malicious software, malware, registry, Security, trojan

I don't know about you but I do get frustrated when a white paper is advertised and it has little or no meat to it. Most times it seems like the whitepapers offered by vendors today are light marketing fluff with little substance to help IT folks do their job better. I came across a...


January 21, 2009  5:10 PM

Microsoft guidelines for Turning off Windows AutoRun do NOT work properly!



Posted by: Troy Tate
anti-virus, antivirus, CERT, digital picture frame, information security, risks, Security, security notification, trojan, Windows

One of the information security lists I subscribe to is the US-CERT Technical Cyber Security Alerts. US-CERT is the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team. If you have information security responsibilities, I highly recommend that you...


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