May is getting closer. The CARO 2010 Technical Workshop is almost here.It's going to be good. More than 130 people from all over the world have signed up already.Registration for the workshop will close in two weeks time.We have the final program online. You can see the full program with abstracts at http://caro2010.org, but here are the presentation titles:Keynote address Dr. Alan SolomonUseful and useless statistics about viruses and anti-virus programs Maik Morgenstern and Hendrik Pilz, AV-Test.orgThe Current State of Malware Collections and Sample Sharing Dmitry O. Gryaznov, McAfee LabsSample Sharing Initiative Righard Zwienenberg, NormanVirtual Machine Protection Technology and AV Industry Zhenxiang Jim Wang, MicrosoftFile analysis and unpacking in the age of 40M new samples per year Mario Vuksan and Tomislav Pericin, ReversingLabsIndexing Large Volumes of Binary Content for Fast Search Tim Ebringer and Marius Gheorghescu, MicrosoftBack to the future detecting the least polymorphic partRoel Schouwenberg, Kaspersky LabSequences and Beyond Gabor Szappanos, VirusbusterAnatomy of a Targeted Attack with Global consequences Cristian Craioveanu, MicrosoftThe Danish Patcher case Peter Kruse and Dennis Rand, CSISIt's Signed, therefore it's Clean, right? Jarno Niemelä F-SecureDetecting malicious web pages with MonkeyWrench Armin Büscher, G DataUsing Value Set Analysis for Classification of metamorphic Malware Samples Felix Leder, Bastian Steinbock and Peter Martini, University of BonnProfane penetration into Bredolab’s arcanes Anoirel issaPpic, SymantecKernel-22: A Framework for Creating Analysis Tools Mike McCarl, ICSALabsSWF Disassembler Plug-in for IDA Pro Marian Radu, MicrosoftSee you in Helsinki!