Narilam Worm manipulates databases in Iran

h-Online: Security firm Symantec has discovered a specialised worm called W32.Narilam that can compromise SQL databases. Symantec reports that the malware "speaks" Persian and Arabic and appears to target mainly…

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On Stuxnet, Duqu and Flame

F-Secure wrote: When we went digging through our archive for related samples of malware, we were surprised to find that we already had samples of Flame, dating back to 2010…

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FAQ: Flame, the “super spy”

Copied from H-Online: Source The spyware worm Flame is being billed as a "deadly cyber weapon", but a calmer analysis reveals it to be a tool by professionals for professionals…

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Duqu, Son of Stuxnet?

Schneier on Security: A newly discovered piece of malware, Duqu, seems to be a precursor to the next Stuxnet-like worm and uses some of the same techniques as the original.…

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Stuxnet Questions and Answers

Stuxnet continues to be a hot topic. Here are answers to some of the questions we've received. Q: What is Stuxnet? A: It's a Windows worm, spreading via USB sticks.…

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Stuxnet in the news

The Stuxnet Trojan is very well covered in the media as more and more details about its sophisticated code become public. It abuses four previously unknown security vulnerabilities in Windows…

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