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Flame Malware Scorches Systems Across the Middle East

May 30, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

A strain of malware dubbed “Flame” has been spotted on computer systems in the Middle East, and threat researcher Kaspersky says it’s one of the most sophisticated threats it’s ever seen. Flame is designed to slurp up data and send it to command and control centers. However, it’s unclear who made it, how far it’s spread, and even just how sophisticated a threat it really is.

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