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Iran CERT recently announced that it uncovered a possible targeted attack using a malware that wipes files that will run on certain predefined time frame. They noted its efficiency in performing its routines despite its simplistic design.The way this malware was created was also deemed unusual, as the author wrote a series of batch files […]

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Several days ago, our colleagues from Symantec published an analysis of a new destructive malware reported in the Middle East. Dubbed ?Narilam?, the malware appears to be designed to corrupt databases. The database structure naming indicates that targets are probably in Iran. We have identified several samples related to this threat. All of them are […]

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In April 2012, several stories were published about a mysterious malware attack shutting down computer systems at businesses throughout Iran.Several articles mentioned that a virus named Wiper was responsible. Yet, no samples were available from these attacks, causing many to doubt the accuracy of these reports.Following these incidents, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) asked Kaspersky […]

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