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How can I make my OS appear as if it is running virtualized?
A lot of malware these days is able to detect when it is running virtualized under VMWare, VirtualPC, WINE, or even in a sandbox such as Anubis or CWSandBox. This essentially means that malware will ...
Jul 25 '09 at 21:06
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