Check out the new HLFF Blog article on how to detect computer viruses with nothing but a Raspberry Pi.

From the first computer virus that started infecting computers in 1986 until today, there has been a constant arms race to combat the threat of malware through the use of antivirus software. In this week’s HLFF Blog, Andrei Mihai takes a look at a novel method being used to detect computer viruses not through the use of software, but rather in the physical space. By using oscilloscopes attached to a low-cost Raspberry Pi, researchers were able to detect signature electromagnetic waves that can be attributed to known malware types. To find out how this works and what the implications are for the computer security battleground being extended into the physical space, check out the full article here:


Image caption: Computer viruses remain a threat. AI-generated image for this topic (Dall-E 3).