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A long time has passed since its authors improved it, but experts found that the latest versions of the Xpiro family of file infectors came with a series of interesting capabilities. According to Symantec researchers, the new Xpiro file infectors are persistent in nature. Secondly, they’re designed to infect both 32-bit and 64-bit executable files, particularly Intel 386 (32-bit), Intel 64 (64-bit) and AMD64 (64-bit) architectures.
64-bit versions of Microsoft’s very own Windows operating system are expected to face a new wave of attacks next year, especially from more advanced malware specifically developed for this type of platform.
Computerworld - Windows 7's malware infection rate climbed by as much as 182% this year, Microsoft said today. - But even with that dramatic increase, Windows 7 remained two to three times less likely to fall to hacker attack than the aged Windows XP.
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Comodo Cleaning Essentials (CCE) is a set of computer security tools designed to help users identify and remove malware and unsafe processes from infected computers.
The number of bootkits is steadily growing. All kinds of new bootkits are appearing: sophisticated and simple, serving different purposes (such as rootkits or ransomware Trojans). Malware writers are not above analyzing their competitors’ malicious code.
Given how long 64-bit processors have been on the market, it's a bit surprising to see a vulnerability that takes advantage of AMD's x86-64 instruction set on Intel processors surface this late in the game. The vulnerability was originally thought to be Linux-specific, but was only recently found to be exploitable in Windows, BSD, and potentially OS X.
Malwarebytes Corporation has updated its anti-malware tool, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware to version 1.61. The latest build promises 25 percent faster quick scans on Windows 64-bit, plus a number of usability enhancements, greater stability and bug fixes.
The newest build for Zemana AntiLogger, one of the best solutions against all sorts of logging, brings to the table repairs that affected all available modules.
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