from Boing Boing by Xeni Jardin
The Moscow-based security firm credited with solving various mysteries around Stuxnet and Duqu today announced the discovery of Flame, a data-stealing virus said to have lurked on thousands of computers in the Mideast for as long as 5 years. A Kaspersky Lab spokesperson described it in a Reuters interview as “the most complex piece of malicious software discovered to date.”
from Wired Top Stories by Bruce Sterling
*Okay, given that this has been out in the wild for a couple of years now, what’s five times bigger than “Flame” and even less understood? http://www.kaspersky.com/about/news/virus/2012/Kaspersky_Lab_and_ITU_Research_Reveals_New_Advanced_Cyber_Threat Kaspersky Lab and ITU Research Reveals New Advanced Cyber Threat 28 May Virus News “Kaspersky Lab announces the discovery of a highly sophisticated malicious program that is actively being used as a cyber .
from The Next Web by Harrison Weber
from The Next Web by Nancy Messieh
from The Next Web by Drew Olanoff
from Mashable! by Sarah Kessler