'Flame' cyber-attack aimed at Middle Eastern countries

'Flame' cyber-attack aimed at Middle Eastern countries

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Russian security firm Kaspersky has uncovered a massive malware attack, referred to as Flame, that is believed to have gathered sensitive data from a wide array of countries, including Israel and Iran. The malware is said to be modular and expandable in a manner reminiscent of a smartphone app library....
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