Thursday, May 22, 2008

G'day! Is Oderoor all it's Kraked up to be?

First things first and that is to extend a warm welcome to the newest addition to Microsoft’s Security Research and Response global team located in Melbourne, Australia:
G'day: Jakub Kaminski, Scott Molenkamp, Hamish O’Dea, Heather Goudey, Raymond Roberts, David Wood, Chun Feng, Oleg Petrovsky, Hermineh Tchagatzbanian, Hil Gradascevic and Matt McCormack!
If you find it difficult imagining a writeup about a new family being detected by the Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT) as an interesting read, you will be pleasantly surprised by Matt McCormack's explanation of the inclusion of Win32/Oderoor ("Kraken"). I know I was and look forward to hearing more from Matt and the rest of the team in Australia.

Read all about Oderoor - all it's Kraked up to be? in the Anti-Malware Engineering Team blog.

Remember - "A day without laughter is a day wasted."
May the wind sing to you and the sun rise in your heart...

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