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  • Call for Papers: VB2017 January 19, 2017
    We have opened the Call for Papers for VB2017. We are particularly interested in receiving submissions from those working outside the security industry itself. Read more […]
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    According to a report by IBM Security, 70 per cent of businesses that are the victim of a ransomware attack end up paying the ransom. However, the report also suggests that a little over half of businesses manage to avoid getting infected at all, showing they must be doing something right. Read more […]
  • Ransomware would be much worse if it wasn't for email security solutions January 5, 2017
    The latest VBSpam test brings good news: at least 199 out of every 200 emails containing a malicious attachment were blocked by email security solutions. All of the full solutions tested achieved a VBSpam award, with five earning a VBSpam+ award. Read more […]
  • Throwback Thursday: The malware battle: reflections and forecasts January 5, 2017
    "Another year has come to its end and the malware battle still rages on." In January 2004, Jamz Yaneza reflected on the year just ended and pondered what the coming year would have in store for the AV industry. Read more […]
  • VB2016 paper: Open Source Malware Lab January 4, 2017
    At VB2016, ThreatConnect Director of Research Innovation Robert Simmons presented a paper on setting up an open source malware lab. Today, we share the accompanying paper and video. Read more […]
  • A Christmas present for the security community December 24, 2016
    As a Christmas present for the security community, we have uploaded most of the papers and videos from the VB2015 conference which took place in Prague almost 15 months ago. The Virus Bulletin crew wishes you all the best for 2017! Read more […]
  • Paper: Spreading techniques used by malware December 21, 2016
    In a new paper published by Virus Bulletin, Acalvio researcher Abhishek Singh discusses some of the techniques used by malware to increase its impact by spreading further. Read more […]
  • VB2016 video: On the StrongPity waterhole attacks targeting Italian and Belgian encryption users December 20, 2016
    At VB2016, Kaspersky Lab researcher Kurt Baumgartner delivered a presentation on the StrongPity watering hole attacks that targeted users of encryption technologies, and which were recently featured in a report by Microsoft. Today, we share the video of Kurt's presentation. Read more […]
  • Conference review: Botconf 2016 December 20, 2016
    Three members of the Virus Bulletin team attended the Botconf 2016 conference in Lyon, France last month, enjoying talks on subjects that ranged from state-sponsored attacks to exploit kits, and from banking trojans to cyber insurance. Read more […]
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    "Most of you reading this article have the technical skill but do you have the people skills?" In 2000, James Wolfe urged security experts to sell themselves and their services. Read more […]