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Flame Communicated Through 85 Domains

The Flame malware, a sophisticated threat that appears to have targeted Iran and other Middle Eastern nations, is at least four years old, according to new research published June 4.

After collaborating for a week on an analysis of Flame’s infrastructure, Russian security firm Kaspersky Labs and domain-name service provider OpenDNS reported that they had discovered at least 85 domains registered over the last four years that were used to host the command-and-control servers associated with Flame. The first three domains were registered March 2, 2008, according to OpenDNS. Continue reading Flame Communicated Through 85 Domains


European Parliament strengthens ENISA

The European Parliament Committee on Industry, Research and Energy approved draft legislation to strengthen the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA). The resolution by British MEP Giles Chichester (European Conservatives and Reformists) calls for the build-up and running of an EU Computer Emergency Response Team Continue reading European Parliament strengthens ENISA