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    • New version of Flame malware discovered. [Schneier] [Motherboard]

    • Flame Windows Update attack could have been repeated in 3 days, says Microsoft. [Wired]

    • Flame Q&A. [Kaspersky]

    • US fingered for Flame attack on Elysee Palace. [The Register]

    • New spying program linked to Flame authors. [Stuff]

    • Flame espionage weapon linked to more mystery malware. [The Register] [Ars Technica] [Engadget] [Reuters] [SecureList] [Symantec]

      • Kaspersky: Flame has three unidentified malware siblings. [THG]

    • Flame worm's makers fail to collect Epic 0wnage award. [The Register]

    • Microsoft kills more code-signing certs to stop Flame-like attacks. [Ars Technica]

    • Sometimes it's hard to get rid of an old Flame. [Juniper] [SecurityWeek]

    • US accused of using Flame to try to cripple Iran's economy. [DailyTech]

    • Unique insight into Flame malware. [OpenDNS Blog]

    • Flame was scout ahead of Stuxnet attack on Iran nukes -- US spooks. [The Register]

    • Report: US and Israel behind Flame espionage tool. [Wired]

    • Windows updated with better checking for bad digital certs after Flame malware incident. [Engadget]

    • Flame's crypto attack may have needed $200k worth of compute power. [Ars Technica]

    • Flame and Stuxnet link found. [BBC News] [Ars Technica] [The Register]

    • Crypto-breakthrough shows Flame was designed by world-class scientists. [Ars Technica]

    • Flame gets suicide command. [The Register] [HardOCP] [ZDNet]

    • Flame's "god mode cheat mode" wielded to hijack Windows 7, Server 2008. [Ars Technica]

    • Flame hijacks Microsoft Update to spread malware disguised as legit code. [Gizmodo]

    • Flame malware wielded rare "collision" crypto attack against Microsoft. [Ars Technica]

    • Flame. [Schneier]

    • Why antivirus companies like mine failed to catch Flame and Stuxnet. [Wired] [Ars Technica]

    • Microsoft certification authority signing certificates added to Untrusted Certificate Store. [Microsoft]

    • 'Super-powerful' Flame work actually boring bloatware. [The Register]

    • Super-powerful Flame worm could take years to dissect. [The Register]

    • Meet 'Flame', the massive spy malware infiltrating Iranian computers. [Wired]

    • Info-stealing malware takes Flame war to new level of cyber weapon. [ComputerWorld]

    • Global wave of Flame cyber attacks called staggering. []

    • Flame: massive cyber attack discovered, researchers say. [BBC News]

    • Complex cyberwar tool 'Flame' found all over Middle East. [The Register]



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