Chinese woman carrying malware arrested at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort

In Mar-a-Lago, Donald Trump’s ganz eigenem Lieblings-Golfresort, ist eine Frau mit Malware auf einem USB Stick verhaftet worden. What a time to be alive. Es fehlt eigentlich nur noch, dass Sicherheitsdienste ausgebildete USB Spürhunde mitbringen.

A worrisome development for the US Tweeter-in-Chief

Source: Chinese woman carrying malware arrested at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort – The Verge

Internet Archive: The Malware Museum

 The Internet Archive now has a collection of malware that was distributed in the 1980s and 1990s on home computers and early PCs.

Through the javascript post of DosBox (EM-DosBox) you can even execute the viruses and watch their message in your browser.

via: The Malware Museum : Internet Archive

Check if you trust the Superfish CA

Filippo Valsorda wrote a test to check whether your PC is vulnerable through the Superfish Malware, that Lenovo decided to preinstall on it’s devices.

Check here if you trust the Superfish CA.

Disk Forensic Evidence after Equation Group

After Kaspersky found hard drive firmware malware, @dragosr makes a valid point about disk forensic evidence. In particular, since the published timeline of the Equation Group reaches back as far as 2001.

Mac frei von Malware?

Mac frei von Malware. Tja, die “schöne” Zeit musste ja mal vorbeigehen. Jetzt sehen das auch andere so… http://www.techgoondu.com/2011/06/05/think-the-mac-is-free-from-malware-not-anymore/