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Flame Virus Deep Analysis

Flame virus is linked with Stuxnet but flame is more dangerous then stuxnet and according to some researcher that the real bomb is flame while the stuxnet was just for testing purpose, who has created the flame and stuxnet this is the question needs an answer but in this analysis we will see that the propagation method of flame, how flame spread ? How it hack into the computer and what are the some major target countries ?



So this is very interesting analysis on flame made by Ales Sotirov, the title of the analysis is “Analyzing the MD5 collision in Flame”.


Analyzing the MD5 collision in Flame

 


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