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ELAM Is Black and White
At the Virus Bulletin conference this year, there was a talk about the limitations and suggested enhancements for the Early Launch Anti-Malware (ELAM) environment. The main observation, complaint if you will, was that there is no way for an anti-malware (AM) engine to perform a deep scan. However, there...
11 Oct 2012
Greetings from Tokyo…
This year at the PacSec conference, I will present a Microsoft view of the threat landscape during the first six months in 2009. It will be based on telemetry data published in the latest Security Intelligence Report (SIR) published on Nov 2nd, 2009. You can find agenda of the conference at http://pacsec...
5 Nov 2009
Where in the world is the MMPC
Based on the interest we saw in the various presentations our team did at Virus Bulletin in Geneva a couple of weeks back we thought you might be interested in where else we will be presenting in the coming weeks. October 13 Vinny Gullotto will be in a panel discussion in Washington D.C. at the Emerging...
12 Oct 2009
Notes from the VB Conference
Back in our labs in Dublin, Melbourne, and Redmond from the 2009 Virus Bulletin conference! This year there were almost 400 attendees and 49 presentations covered by 60 speakers (7 of them from Microsoft). The MMPC had presenters from all three labs at the conference and we started and ended the technical...
30 Sep 2009
From Dublin to Geneva
Hello! Greetings from Dublin! As mentioned by Jakub in a previous post , we are presenting at the Virus Bulletin International Conference 2009 in Geneva next week. It’s an understatement to say that we're excited about attending the conference – and not just about presenting our papers, but about...
21 Sep 2009
The modern rogue - a timely subject
As Jakub mentioned , I'll soon be presenting at the Virus Bulletin conference in Geneva. I've spent a lot of time looking at rogue security software in the last year, so I'm looking forward to sharing some of my findings. The subject of rogues (or "scareware") is a timely one. You may have heard reports...
17 Sep 2009
I can’t go back to yesterday - see you in Geneva
At last year’s VB conference, my talk “ Playing with shadows - exposing the black market for online game password theft ” discussed malware being sold on the black market for password stealing purposes. During the “Q & A” time, someone asked a question regarding the technical details of Dogrobot...
15 Sep 2009
September in Geneva
Another year has passed, and the time of the most important annual anti-malware event is upon us. The Virus Bulletin International Conference 2009 takes place on 23-25 September at The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Geneva, Switzerland. As usual, the program is packed to the rafters with malware-related material...
14 Sep 2009
An update from FIRST and what we can learn from the Nijō Castle
Hi, Ziv Mador again. This week I’m attending the FIRST conference in Kyoto, Japan along with four of my Microsoft colleagues: Steve Adegbite, Andrew Cushman, Jonathan Ness and Dan Wolff. Today Jonathan, Steve and I gave a presentation about Microsoft's response to the attacks which exploited a...
2 Jul 2009
Recently, Marian and Andrei presented a paper at the CARO Workshop about PDF vulnerabilities and exploits related to them. As we presented in our latest Security Intelligence Report , there was an increase in the use of these exploits, and the trend keeps going on. Since the beginning of the year...
17 Jun 2009
Namaskar from New Delhi - AVAR 2008
Recently I returned from the Association of anti-Virus Asia Researchers Conference (known as AVAR 2008 ) in New Delhi, India. Microsoft was a Gold Sponsor of the conference, at which there were a number of interesting presentations. This was also a great opportunity to meet other researchers in the anti...
30 Dec 2008
Trojan Writers Drive BMW
Why is malware that targets online games so prevalent these days? Why is there an interesting saying in China: "Trojan writers drive BMW" ("写木马, 开宝马")? The writers and distributors of trojans that steal passwords and account details from popular online games have been making huge profits. Why and...
21 Oct 2008
Canada, Here We Come!
It’s late September. For any self-respecting anti-virus researcher this is the time of year when one thinks about the Virus Bulletin Conference . Am I going? Who else is going? Should we organize some extra meetings? When? Where? Is my presentation ready? What’s the program? What will be the entertainment...
24 Sep 2008
MMPC @ Gamefest 2008
I had the privilege of presenting a couple of weeks ago at Gamefest 2008 —a Microsoft sponsored technical conference targeted at the games industry. I spoke about game password stealers- what they do, which games are targeted by which families and the behaviors of those families, prevalence, number of...
11 Aug 2008
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