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May 2012

We would like to update our readers about the findings of Flamer, the recent information stealing malware which is making news in Cyber Space. Investigation shows that a few of the malicious Flamer components were reported in the Online Scanner portal around 2 years and 10 months ago (in August...
Our Malware Analysis team has discovered a highly complex malware (Trojan.Flamer.A) that is written using the ‘Lua’ programming language. This malware is on par, if not stronger, than previously seen similar threats, Stuxnet and Duqu. The Iranian CERT (Computer Emergency Response Team) has many names for this worm – ‘Flame’,...
Simon Milner, Head of Policy in Facebook, Britain, recently declared that Facebook is planning to abolish the act of disallowing children below 13 years of age from becoming members (this CNET post explains the situation well). The opinions obviously are divided straight down the middle. Many parents feel that this...
As the proliferation of the Internet and the use and abuse of Web 2.0 increases, computer users are exposed to zero-day threats and risks that propagate in real-time. Any access to the Internet without protection is no doubt clogged with spyware, adware and dangerous bots. It doesn’t stop at this,...