x64 attacks, part II

When I wrote about the surge of 64-bit platform which had come to the client computers I didn’t think about one obvious things: as some platform becomes mass and popular, it attracts all sorts of ill-minded persons to it. In our age it means that all the instruments that hackers use to do what they do will become adapted to the new reality. Unfortunately it is happening whether I think about it or no (maybe someone else had thought about it? Quit it, then ). Guys from MS have reported that we have received a 64bit version of Alureon malware. … Continue reading x64 attacks, part II