Farelf Posted April 12, 2008 Share Posted April 12, 2008 Seen in grc.security, posted by "Alan": Security Guru Gives Hackers a Taste of Their Own Medicine Eriksson, a researcher at the Swedish security firm Bitsec, uses reverse-engineering tools to find remotely exploitable security holes in hacking software. In particular, he targets the client-side applications intruders use to control Trojan horses from afar, finding vulnerabilities that would let him upload his own rogue software to intruders' machines. ... "Most malware authors are not the most careful programmers," Eriksson said. "They may be good, but they are not the most careful about security." ...Well, well ... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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