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WikiLeaks, Stuxnet and Duqu drive organisations to re-evaluate data protection, partnership sees an increased focus on protecting digital information in the security and defence sector
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On Monday security researchers at Kaspersky Labs announced the discovery of cyber-espionage malware, which may have targeted governments and companies in 31 countries. Dubbed “The Mask” or “Careto,” it is believed to be one of the first Spanish language attacks to have been discovered.
ABINGDON, England, February 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- New threat actor: Spanish-speaking attackers targeting government institutions, energy, oil
New evidence suggests the developers behind the powerful trojan worm known as Stuxnet may have begun work on the virus as early as 2005, five years before it was first deployed.
Security researchers have said that hackers are exploiting a vulnerability in Java to infect computers with malicious software.
Iran, which has been targeted in several hacks over the past few years, has been busy battling yet another Stuxnet cyberattack over the past few months, according to various media outlets.
Experts have uncovered a new strain of malware that modified corporate databases in the Middle East, although the virus appears to be a form of corporate sabotage rather than a high-threat cyber-weapon.
After keeping a diligent eye on the Flame malware in all its variations and releases, security experts have discovered yet another version of the spyware which they are calling “miniFlame.”
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