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Conference Materials

Internet pioneer Paul Vixie will be presenting the at the 22nd International AVAR Cybersecurity Conference in Osaka, Japan, 6 – 9 November, 2019. In advance of the event, no deposit bonus casino philippines security evangelist Tony Anscombe interviewed Dr. Vixie about his perspectives on a free and secure internet. We share the full transcript of the insightful interview.

This paper for considers the special challenges that face security product testers when they test products specific to OS X, and the further implications for testing security products on smartphone operating systems. First published in *



Presented at the Virus Bulletin 2012 conference in September, this paper considers the pros and cons of the BYOD trend, potential attack vectors, and advice on countermeasures. First published in *

Presented at the Virus Bulletin 2012 conference in September, this paper introduces the main capabilities and features of Win32/Dorkbot and considers why and how Win32/Dorkbot’s activity in Latin America differs from the rest of the world. First published in *

A comprehensive analysis of the evolution of the Festi botnet, its features, its networking protocol, and the ways in which it tries to protect itself from detection. As presented at the AVAR 2102 conference in Hang Zhou.

Technical and in-depth analysis of the implementation of hidden encrypted storage, as used by complex threats currently in the wild including TDL4, Carberp and ZeroAccess. First published in *

Presented at the 2012 conference in May, this paper considers common strategies for selecting four-digit passcodes, and the implications for end-user security. Originally published in the EICAR 2012 Conference Proceedings.

The use and misuse of public multi-scanner web pages that check suspicious files for possible malicious content, and why they’re no substitute for comparative testing.
Presented at the 5th Cybercrime Forensics Education & Training (CFET 2011) Conference in September 2011

A paper describing the functionality and P2P protocol of Win32/Kelihos, its evolution and its points of similarity to Win32/Nuwar (Storm) and Win32/Waledac.
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