Kaspersky AV source code has been leaked on several torrent sites, confirms the Russian software firm. The source code is dated 2008, possibly Version 8. The effect current versions is said to be minimal as no common AV related code exists. The confirmation was sent in a statement to Tech Blog Giant Softpedia. However, having … Continue reading
According to Softpedia the Kaspersky AV source code has been leaked on several torrent sites. The Source appear to be dated 2008, possibly Version 8. The effect current versions (called 2011 or PURE) is not established. There is no comment available from Kaspersky yet. References Softpedia 29/01/2011  Kaspersky Labs 29/01/2011 – Posted using BlogPress … Continue reading
We are all aware of ever increasing weight of assaults on IT systems. From simple spam through to complex Stuxnet the problem is ever changing, ever increasing. And the malefactors are evolving faster than the benefactors.
Here’s a good example of how malware is written to exploit “holes” in software in unexpected ways and how complexly they can be hidden, onion layers. analysis-targeted-trojan Well written by Martin Lee, Senior Software Engineer, Symantec.cloud with contributions from Anoirel Issa and Joseph Rabaiotti – Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone
The fourth article in my series on web security concentrates on Custom Proxies. A custom proxy uses simpler, easily available software to provide a gateway to the Web for all users. Custom Proxies This is both the simplest and the more difficult of all the solutions to put in to production. It’s the simplest as … Continue reading