[Full-disclosure] Anti-Virus vendors prove less-effective
david.kierznowski at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 23:33:50 BST 2007
James, this is the problem with AV in general and not specific to this problem.
detecting the problem & defense in depth mitigates zero-day, however,
when very basic code gets past AV this is definitely an area that
24/04/07, James Matthews <nytrokiss at gmail.com> wrote:
> How can these people put out a good product against scripts where you can
> change anything and it will still work!
> On 4/24/07, David Kierznowski <david.kierznowski at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Web Backdoor Compilation along with Dancho Danchev AV research has proven
> > how less-effective many of these products are when detecting web malware.
> > The results are certainly not a shocker but definately an eye opener. WBC
> > has certainly demonstrated what all security researchers already know,
> > area needs work!
> > See: http://michaeldaw.org/news/news-042407/
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