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CNET News Security & Privacy Flame malware: So big, so overlooked The most ‘complex malware ever found’ — Flame — has taken the information security world by surprise. Given that it is said to have been around for years, how did everyone miss it?

by Michael Lee May 29, 2012 4:53 AM PDT 8 CommentsFacebook24Twitter71Linked In19More

The most ‘complex malware ever found’ — Flame — has taken the information security world by surprise. Given that it is said to have been around for years, how did everyone miss it? Several security research firms, including Symantec, Kaspersky, and McAfee, have been hard at work analyzing a specific piece of malware in the past few days after the Iranian Computer Emergency Response Team posted an alert about malicious code designed to steal and exfiltrate information from infected computers back to a network of at least 10 command and control servers. However, as Budape”

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