Russian citizen sentenced for Operation Windigo

ESET research team assists FBI in Windigo case – Russian citizen sentenced to 46 months

Flash back on Operation Windigo

In March 2014, we released a paper about what we call Operation Windigo, a set of Linux server-side malware tools used to redirect web traffic, send spam and host other malicious content. This was the result of nearly a year’s worth of research effort that consisted of the in-depth analysis of different components, observation of how they were used and linking it all together. We are very proud that our work was recognized by the industry at VB2014 where our paper was awarded the inaugural Péter Sz?r Award for best technical research.

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Okayama University research: Link between biological-clock disturbance and brain dysfunction found

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Confocal microscopy images showing the evolution of astrocyte activity (GFAP; increasing with age) and pericyte marker expression (Desmin, CD13, PDGFR?; decreasing with age) in mice with Bmal1 deficit.

30 October 2017

Okayama University research: Link between biological-clock disturbance and brain dysfunction uncovered

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