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Recently, we discovered a new parasitic infection virus in the wild – Win32/Floxif – which specifically targets DLL files. Most of the attacks of this threat have been observed to come from a specific geographic region. Win32/Floxif replaces 5 bytes at the entry point of the infected file with a jmp instruction, which jumps directly […]

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Late last week, some Flamer command-and-control (C&C) servers sent an updated command to several compromised computers. This command was designed to completely remove Flamer from the compromised computer. The Flamer attackers were still in control of at least a few C&C servers, which allowed them to communicate with a specific set of compromised computers. They […]

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Flame is different in the sense that it is big in file size and complexity and it has many different possibilities, but none of the possibilities are overwhelming revolutionary or new: we have seen all these functions before. Furthermore, it is very difficult to determine how many computers have been infected and still are infected. […]

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