I know, there ain’t no such thing!
Well, we could have a lively debate on that topic, but not right now.
On this occasion, I’m just letting anyone who wonders what happened to the Mac Virus web site (http://www.macvirus.com), which I inherited from Susan Lesch some years ago, what’s happening with it. We have nothing to do with the cobwebby sites at http://www.macvirus.net and http://www.macvirus.org, or with http://macvirus.wordpress.com, whatever that is.
The http://www.macvirus.com URL actually redirects to my own Mac page at Small Blue-Green World site, which now re-redirects to a WordPress page. If you want to go straight to the Mac Virus blog, you can go direct here. It’s still malware-oriented, of course, and, is likely to become more rather than less active in that area.
In fact, most of my Small Blue-Green World content now resides on blog pages. ESET content is still blogged at http://www.eset.com/threat-center/blog/, of course, and AVIEN content is blogged at http://avien.net/blog/.
Confused? Me too…
We now return you to your normal programming. Scheduling, that is, not coding. Unless that’s what you’re doing at the moment. Oh, never mind.
The next time I blog here, it will be about a proper security issue again. I hope.
David Harley FBCS CITP CISSP
Security Author/Consultant at Small Blue-Green World
Chief Operations Officer, AVIEN
ESET Research Fellow & Director of Malware Intelligence
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