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Anti-virus fallacies

26.08.2016

Signature sleight

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Unexpected guests

25.08.2016

Previously deceased

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Just email

24.08.2016

Slippery sploggers

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Unexpected guests

23.08.2016

Go ahead; you're on the air

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Banknote thieves

22.08.2016

I didn't sign up for this!

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Spies are everywhere

19.08.2016

All joking aside

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

18.08.2016

Password: when everything depends on one word

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

17.08.2016

Open windows

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

16.08.2016

About the benefits of exceptions

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The workshop

15.08.2016

What's in a name?

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Android territory

12.08.2016

Greedy little families

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Unexpected guests

11.08.2016

Under external control

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Web psychology

10.08.2016

To be or not to be…a real person?

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Android territory

09.08.2016

An explosive mixture

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Configure it!

08.08.2016

The cure for smartphone and memory loss!

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

05.08.2016

Come on in—the door’s open

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Spies are everywhere

04.08.2016

You have a new encrypted message

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Unexpected guests

03.08.2016

Devious nesting dolls

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The workshop

02.08.2016

About ethics and technologies

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Encrypt everything

01.08.2016

Burying your head in the sand won't save you from extortionists

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Unexpected guests

29.07.2016

Infected from a distance

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Evil Kitchen

28.07.2016

Criminal licensing

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Anti-virus fallacies

27.07.2016

A virtual myth

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Unexpected guests

26.07.2016

If something doesn't exist, it can't be detected

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Terminology

25.07.2016

Illegal entry

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19.08

Doctor Web discovers self-spreading Linux Trojan that can create P2P botnets

The Linux operating system remains a major target for virus makers. Doctor Web’s security researchers have examined yet another Trojan for Linux written in the Go programming language. This malware program attacks web servers that use various CMS, performs DDoS attacks, sends out spam messages, and distributes itself over networks.

15.08

Doctor Web discovers backdoor targeting users in Russia, Great Britain, Spain, and the USA

Doctor Web already published a news article about the Trojan that takes advantage of TeamViewer’s remote control utility. This time, the company’s specialists have detected yet another backdoor that installs legitimate TeamViewer components on infected machines for the purpose of spying on users.

08.08

Doctor Web detected Linux Trojan written in Go

Doctor Web analysts have detected and examined a new Linux Trojan which is able to run a cryptocurrency mining program on an infected computer. Its key feature lies in the fact that it is written in Go, a language developed by Google.

Dr.Web AV-Desk

01.08

Control Center in Dr.Web AV-Desk 10.0 updated

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated the Control Center in the Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service, which delivers the Dr.Web Anti-virus service to subscribers. The update delivers support for Dr.Web Agent 11 for Windows, simplifies the generation of individual distributions, fine-tunes some business-related features and provides fixes for known defects.

01.08

Dr.Web Anti-virus service users can now enjoy the most cutting-edge technologies of Dr.Web 11 for Windows

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated Dr.Web Agent for Windows in the service Dr.Web Anti-virus. Now users can benefit from all the innovations incorporated into Dr.Web series 11 products for Windows, including technologies that provide enhanced protection against attacks that exploit zero-day vulnerabilities. The anti-virus also boasts a significant performance boost.

24.05

Subscription Control Center 10.1 for Dr.Web AV-Desk released

Doctor Web has released Subscription Control Center (SCC) 10.1 for its Internet service Dr.Web AV-Desk. The updated version offers new features for resellers and Dr.Web anti-virus service subscribers and delivers fixes for known defects.

Viruses

19.08

Doctor Web discovers self-spreading Linux Trojan that can create P2P botnets

The Linux operating system remains a major target for virus makers. Doctor Web’s security researchers have examined yet another Trojan for Linux written in the Go programming language. This malware program attacks web servers that use various CMS, performs DDoS attacks, sends out spam messages, and distributes itself over networks.

15.08

Doctor Web discovers backdoor targeting users in Russia, Great Britain, Spain, and the USA

Doctor Web already published a news article about the Trojan that takes advantage of TeamViewer’s remote control utility. This time, the company’s specialists have detected yet another backdoor that installs legitimate TeamViewer components on infected machines for the purpose of spying on users.

08.08

Doctor Web detected Linux Trojan written in Go

Doctor Web analysts have detected and examined a new Linux Trojan which is able to run a cryptocurrency mining program on an infected computer. Its key feature lies in the fact that it is written in Go, a language developed by Google.

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