Author: Sunil James

“Baiting” Web Surfers

In case you haven’t already heard, a variety of websites, including those with content about “fish and tackle,” have been identified as having been compromised so that when people browser to the site, they’re then re-directed to an alternate location, where the host is then […]

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45,187,200

After many months of arduous labor by various folks here at Arbor, I’m pleased to bring you ATLAS, which is short-form for the Active Threat Level Analysis System. It’s been a long road, but our baby can finally walk! ATLAS is a multi-phase project, the […]

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What Would Spyware Do?

Kevin Borders, who worked with the ASERT this past summer, is today’s guest blogger. Kevin’s working on some interesting technology being developed at the University of Michigan that we thought you’d enjoy learning more about. As always, we welcome any questions, comments or concerns: We […]

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A Letter to Larry & Sergey

Dear Larry & Sergey, What up, ‘fellas? Thanks for swinging through my house party last weekend. I’m glad to see you’re still able to hang UMich style 🙂 Oh, and before I forget, Halle says thanks for the wicked “Kid ‘n Play”-style break-dancing you two […]

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Hello Zfone!

Greetings from Ann Arbor…I’m @ Rendez-Vous Cafe – right in the heart of Michigan’s central campus – having a cup of their delicious chocolate raspberry coffee (a must-try if ever you come up to A2). I returned last evening from Vancouver, still a bit over-whelmed […]

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