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How could malware like Stuxnet be detected?

Stuxnet and others in this list of state-of-the-art Internet worms had certain features that they were very stealthy in leaking out the information they harvested. Thus it managed to go under the ...
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Example of malware that spreads via USB? [closed]

I'm messing with Mandiant Redline on Windows Server 2012 in a VM and I wanted to download a sample virus that spreads via USB and modify it to attack Mandiant Redline - I've never written malware ...
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Integrity check against package repository?

I have a Debian installed. When there are security updates, I review and install them as soon as possible and think about using automatic updates. From time to time I want to boot from a clean boot ...
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545 views

Where can I find worm traffic sample?

I have a program that has to detect scanning activity of worms. I need some samples of worms' traffic (pcap files) to try the program, and notes about the procedures which must be taken when running ...
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Detecting malware hidden in P2P traffic

Consider a network situation involving (only) Peer to Peer traffic in medium sized network. For the sake of convenience, a simple P2P application like DC++ may be assumed, although I am aiming at a ...
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SNMP trap by legitimate program?

Is there any way to tell if this SNMP trap is something created by a legitimate program? Update: Hex Dump 0000000: 30 82 00 ec 02 01 00 04 06 70 75 62 6c 69 63 a4 82 00 dd 06 82 00 09 2b 06 ...
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Has anyone else seen commands embedded in an ICMP echo request?

My IPS recently detected a type 8 ICMP packet (echo request) with an unusual payload. The echo request command a fragment of a command that looked like part of a route add. Here's a PCAP of the ICMP ...