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July 17, 2007

Are you serious about security? Consider anti-reconnaissance tools

Hurwitz & Associates has been running an IT security campaign: “AVID: Anti-Virus Is Dead” for some time. The argument is based on the principle that blacklists of signatures—small files that contain a unique string of bits, or the binary pattern, that identifies all or part of a virus—do not, and cannot, provide adequate protection against […]

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