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3answers
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Malware stole an executable file on my computer? Seems unlikely

If you don't want to read all of the details, skip to the bottom; I'll make a summary. I created a computer program as a proof of concept (I threw it together in 12 hours, so I wrote it in Visual ...
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Viable way to ruin a milk corporation? [closed]

Hack into their system and change the "Sell by" date so that it is immediately bad. How long do you think until they notice, if you pull it off?
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2answers
806 views

How do worms spread over LAN? [duplicate]

I've been researching LAN recently, and I came across a post talking about viruses spreading over LAN, and I was wondering, how is this possible? Would it not be a huge security issue to allow files ...
2
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2answers
224 views

Using a virtual machine as a buffer between USB media and OS

I was directed here from the Unix & Linux site. I've gone through some of the related questions, but they seem to be more concerned about whether a guest OS can access the host OS in someway. ...
3
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4answers
478 views

Is it possible to catch a virus on my LAN without clicking on anything?

My unpatched PC running Windows is connected to a network which contains other "infected" computers, can I get infected by viruses without any interaction on my part?
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2answers
457 views

keylogger detection by listening network

It is known that malware often uses keyloggers. Also some viruses aren't detected by antiviruses, therefore some viruses, especially APTs could stay in a system for so long without any detection. What ...
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2answers
185 views

How serious is a local virus in terms of network security

I work at a company in the U.S. My colleague got a notification on his machine of a possible virus (through the virus scanner that is installed by default on all machines). He called up the tech ...
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2answers
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How to detect a virus in a network card?

How can I know that a network card in a server was infected by a virus or not? Are there any methods to check it?
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2answers
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What are these ip adresses my computer is connected and how do I block them if they are malicious? [closed]

When I execute a netstat command i see several ip-adresses that have connection to my pc and I don't what they are for. These are the ip's. TCP 192.168.1.20:1042 fa-in-f125:5222 ...
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4answers
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Is Teredo in my router a back door?

I use the school computer, which I bought from school, administered by the IT-department. I opened a port to my computer when I stumbled upon this: It points to my computer IP. (I have a static IP ...
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2answers
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What implications does IPv6 have for internet worms and script kiddies?

Though IPv6 is not here yet it one day we will all lose our familiar IPv4 addresses and be communicating over the internet solely with IPv6 addresses. What interests me is the implications this has ...