Jun 09 2009
In 2008, we wrote about Backdoor.Win32.Sinowal , a malicious program we believed to pose a serious threat, as it employed the most advanced, at the time, virus technologies.
Dec 18 2008
The term MalWare 2.0 is often used in our reports to denote a model for the complex malicious programs which appeared at the end of 2006. The most striking examples, and the initial members of MalWare 2.0 are the Bagle, Warezov and Zhelatin worms.
May 07 2008
Our annual report on malware evolution in 2007, published a few months ago, contained forecasts on how the threat landscape would evolve in 2008