ICSA Labs Blog: Anti-Malware

Library of Congress Project to Archive Every Twitter Message – What Does It Mean for Malware?

Recently it was announced by the Library of Congress that it has entered into an agreement with Twitter to acquire the entire Twitter archive (to read the Library of Congress’s blog entry, click here).

Give me Independent Testing or Give me Death

235 years ago today (March 23, 1775), Patrick Henry gave a powerful speech to Virginia’s delegates in Richmond that ended in the famous saying, “give me liberty, or give me death.”  Liberty, freedom, and independence are powerful ideas central to free nations, and also advocated by many businesses in those nations.  

Malware – It keeps going, and going and going…

Would it not be enough for you to worry about picking up a malware infection via an e-mail, infected program or social media Web site.  Now consumers have to worry about every intelligent device they plug into your computer. This is not new news. We have already seen reports of infected digital picture frames, GPS devices, etc. The latest non-techie device to spread malware is a battery recharging unit.  Yup, that’s right – battery recharging unit. The Duo Charger, USB-powered battery recharger contains malicious code.

ICSA Labs Making News Again

Well, looks like Andy and I are making news again! I have an opinion piece on a familiar topic just published in Government Security News and Andy is featured in SC Magazine.

Take a look and let us know what you think.

Happy Valentines Day -- here’s your malware.

Pick a holiday, any holiday, and get ready for targeted, malicious email.