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(Ars Technica)   Iranian computers attacked by new malicious data wiper program. So much for upgrading Photoshop   (arstechnica.com) divider line 6
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2012-12-17 02:22:23 PM
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Seen scuttling away from the scene.
2012-12-17 02:14:00 PM
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They're not worried. They back up their data to the haboob every night.
2012-12-17 05:26:01 PM
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wildcardjack: This is pretty low brow. I'd like to see one that drops random values into databases and spreadsheets. Make it so you can't trust the output of the computers.


Patriot memory is way ahead of you.
2012-12-17 05:28:36 PM
1 votes:
What would be hysetrical would be if this was on the drone they 'captured'.
2012-12-17 04:09:40 PM
1 votes:
An analysis from researchers at security firm AlienVault shows that the malware is able to remain active even after a machine is rebooted. It does this by adding a registry entry. The RAR archive dropper is named GrooveMonitor.exe, presumably to disguise it as a legitimate Windows Office 2007 service. GrooveMonitor.exe then drops additional files named juboot.exe, jucheck.exe, SLEEP.EXE, and WmiPrv.exe.

I bet the jus did this.
2012-12-17 03:55:34 PM
1 votes:
gestetnerupdates.com
"Problem?"
www.indiavision.com
"Infidel TROLL!"
 
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