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It’s been a little more than a week since Flame was first identified. The FortiGuard Labs team posted a couple of earlier stories here and here.What we know now is that Flame is among the most advanced pieces of malware we’ve ever encountered. The complexity of the code alone leads us to strongly suspect a […]

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The Websense® ThreatSeeker® Network has detected a new wave of mass-injections of a well-known exploit that we've been following in Security LabsTM for months. The majority of targets are Web sites hosted by the WordPress content management system. At the time of writing, more than 200,000 Web pages have been compromised, amounting to close to 30,000 […]

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Certificates and CAs continue to be a hot topic (think Stuxnet, Duqu, Comodogate, Diginotar etc). Every now and then we run into malware that has been signed with a code signing certificate. This is problematic, as an unsigned Windows application will produce a warning to the end user if he downloads it from the web […]

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