Linked by David Adams on Sun 9th May 2010 03:54 UTC
Bugs & Viruses According to The Register, "Researchers say they've devised a way to bypass protections built in to dozens of the most popular desktop anti-virus products, including those offered by McAfee, Trend Micro, AVG, and BitDefender. The method, developed by software security researchers at, works by exploiting the driver hooks the anti-virus programs bury deep inside the Windows operating system. In essence, it works by sending them a sample of benign code that passes their security checks and then, before it's executed, swaps it out with a malicious payload."
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by defdog99 on Tue 11th May 2010 14:48 UTC
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Will we have to run every process in their own VM someday ?

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