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Cyberwarfare in the Middle-East uncovered
Security
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 28 May 2012 13:44

"Flame" - complex malware has been exposed by Kaspersky Labs

Malware known as Flame could have been targeting specific countries such as Israel, and Iran, since 2010.

Kasperky Labs, a Russian outfit, thinks that this could be the work of a government, and that the malware causes no damage, but steals private data from targeted organisations, and individuals.

Vitaly Kamluk tells the BBC, "Once a system is infected, Flame begins a complex set of operations, including sniffing the network traffic, taking screenshots, recording audio conversations, intercepting the keyboard, and so on,".

Story source: BBC.

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