Induc, the silent Beast that puzzles antivirus companies

News - A succession of fresh, quality news, from inside and outside of the WebIn the last part of August, the malware known as Induc was the subject of reports and alerts from the main antivirus and security software manufacturers. Kaspersky, the Russian company that claims to have been the first to detect and report it, returns to look more closely at the issue revealing some important details on what seems like a unique case in the recent malicious software landscape.

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New tricks for file viruses

News - A succession of fresh, quality news, from inside and outside of the WebFile viruses are only a small part of nowadays malicious code diversified landscape, and yet these ancient malware designed to infect legitimate software by parasitizing its executable routines continue, every now and then, to hit the headlines with news worth the attention. The latest couple of examples of this remarkable endurance ability affects an old but still popular development environment and the most known among CAD (Computer Aided Design) programs.

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