How Malware Employs Anti-Debugging, Anti-Disassembly and Anti-Virtualization Technologies How Malware Employs Anti-Debugging, Anti-Disassembly and Anti-Virtualization Technologies : Last week at Black Hat USA 2012, we published the first results of an ongoing security research project called Dissect || PE in our session titled " A Scientific (but Non-Academic) Study of How Malware Employs Anti-Debugging, Anti-Disassembly and Anti-Virtualization Technologies ". Dissect || PE is founded on a database of 30 million current malware samples and offers both static (i.e. scanning of the malware's code) and dynamic (i.e. running of the malware under observation) analysis engines.
Did the Fed’s Emergency Lending Prop Up “Too Big to Fail”? May 1, 2012, 8:44 pm ET · by Azmat Khan The Obama administration arrived in Washington in early 2009 facing the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression — and an American public outraged by bailouts for the financial institutions that had gotten them there. New Mortgage Task Force Charges JPMorgan With “Systemic Fraud” October 2, 2012, 2:35 pm ET · by Jason M. Money, Power and Wall Street | FRONTLINE
Video: Glowing ovarian cancer cells help track tumours Trying to remove every last cancer cell during surgery can be a bit like playing blind man's buff: they are often the same colour as healthy cells, so surgeons risk leaving behind cancer cells which can regrow. But that could change thanks to a technique that makes ovarian cancer cells glow. Currently, surgeons largely rely on touch to determine where an ovarian tumour starts and ends. "You have no real clue where the borders are," says Gooitzen Van Dam of the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. Van Dam and his colleagues took advantage of the fact that the vast majority of ovarian cancer cells over-express a receptor for folate on their cell surface while normal cells do not. Surgeons make cancer cells fluoresce for removal - health - 18 September 2011
A black swan , a member of the species Cygnus atratus The black swan theory or theory of black swan events is a metaphor that describes an event that is a surprise (to the observer), has a major effect, and after the fact is often inappropriately rationalized with the benefit of hindsight . The theory was developed by Nassim Nicholas Taleb to explain:
The “ black swan theory ” refers to real events beyond the realm of normal expectations–and that’s how an international team of researchers at SciTech Solar (lead by a former professor emeritus from Penn State) are referring to their latest breakthrough , a technology that allows for ultra high-efficiency solar cells to generate DC, or direct current electricity. Why is this such a big deal in the solar world? Apparently because it makes possible the design and fabrication of a new class of solar energy converters which could allow for a dramatic increase in energy conversion efficiency and cost savings of solar cells. According to the company, this is a technology that can successfully compete with today’s semiconductor-based solar cells while exceeding efficiencies and decreasing costs. Solar Tech Finding Claims 50% Efficiency
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