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Malware, Viruses, Trojans and Spyware from searchSecurity.com
News -An unknown source is infecting thousands of routers with malware not to intentionally cause harm, but apparently as an act of white hat security vigilantism to make the routers safer.
Answer -Malware authors are adopting software wrapping to hide malicious code and avoid detection. Expert Nick Lewis explains how to defend against the threat.
Answer -Malicious software using legitimate digital certificates is reportedly on the rise. Expert Nick Lewis explains how to mitigate the risks of digitally signed malware.