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Lurk: Seek and destroy

Perhaps the biggest problem with cybercriminals is that they are extremely difficult to catch. Think of a real-life bank robbery with guns and face-masks — the thieves leave fingerprints; their

Android trump card: Acecard

It seems that there is now a typical scenario for malware evolution. First cybercriminals release a skeleton with basic functions — that piece of malware behaves quietly, showing almost no

TeslaCrypt: Round Three

Malware development and our attempts to fight it sometimes remind us of a deep TV series: one can trace how “characters” acquire new skills, overcome hardships and make new achievements.