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Andrew Brandt
April’s predominant malware distribution trend — a proliferation of spam email purporting to link to an invoice, receipt, airline ticket, or other confirmation document for a large purchase — has characterized a rocky month for anyone whose job involves protecting computers from infection.
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Chris Larsen, An Anonymous Analyst

[Our anonymous analyst is back with another Donovan adventure. As always, the story is fictional, but the events described are true to life. --C.L.]

 

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Written by
Chris Larsen

[Update (4/19/2013): I was in Norway last week, doing a presentation on SEP at HackCon (takk!), which was a lot of fun.

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Chris Larsen, Adnan Shukor

[Another great post by Adnan in our internal blog. Definitely deserves a wider audience... --C.L.]

 

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bo.moulton@bluecoat.com
The World Wide Web has become one of the most effective vectors for malware distribution, thanks to its scale (634 million web sites as of Dec. 2012) and ever-changing nature (in 2012 alone, 51 million websites were added to the web and the average web page grew 35%[1]). That’s a lot of places for attackers to hide to try to launch their attacks; it’s one reason we saw a 90% increase in web threats between 2010 and 2011! ... ...