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DEFINITION: A talking Trojan is a Trojan horse that mocks the user of an infected PC with a repeating audio message while it deletes the entire contents of a hard drive. Security vendor Panda Software SA detected the first talking Trojan, BotVoice.A, in the summer of 2007.PandaSoft warns that infection can occur through multiple vectors, including:through physical storage devices like USB flash drives,  … 

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The Malware Report: The Evolution of Anti-malware and the 2011 Threat Landscape
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PODCAST: In the 200th episode of “The Malware Report” Matt Grant talks with Randy Abrams and Paul Lansky about the past 4 years and how the threat landscape has evolved and changed over the years. In this podcast, Randy and Paul discuss many of these changes. Listen to this podcast to hear more. 
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