By Darren Pauli, 10 Oct 2014
Blackhats beware: reverse engineers are laughing at your buggy advanced persistent threat (APT) malware.
You've done pretty well though: your custom payloads were effective at breaking into enterprises and the damage it did was quite devastating.
But many were being found and added to anti-malware signatures all too quickly.
Take a tip from the enemy, FireEye reverse engineer Richard Wartell, who while dressed in a 'dog scientist
' lab coat laughed at your mistakes at a gathering of security professionals in Washington.
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