Detonation Report: The Art of Deception
Friday 16 March
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- Detonation Report: The Art of Deception
Since the Greek army concealed itself within a wooden horse to enter the city of Troy, attackers have sought to hide their malicious intent from their victims.
Back in the 1980’s, when the term ‘virus’ was first used to describe computer malware, relatively few types of malware existed. The small number of anti-virus vendors at the time only had to detect, by today’s standards, a relatively small number of ‘signatures’, the unique pattern of code which identified a particular strain of computer malware.
With the Internet still a twinkle in the eye of Tim Berners-Lee and computer networks not deployed in the vast majority of organisations the malware writers preferred malware delivery method would have been via floppy disk...
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