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Jun 21, 2012

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Flame is a malicious computer program that was recently found to be spying on computers in Iran. Ellen Nakashima has been following the trail of Flame for the Washington Post and in a recent article says signs point to Washington and Israel to map out the computer networks of Iran, in preparation for a broader series of potential attacks. Plus, the online equivalent to the Olympics: Wiki Wars.

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Flame virus was created by American and Israeli intelligence

Jun 21, 2012
The Washington Post reports the malware was meant to be a spy precursor to a later sabotage attack.

Flame is a malicious computer program that was recently found to be spying on computers in Iran. Ellen Nakashima has been following the trail of Flame for the Washington Post and in a recent article says signs point to Washington and Israel to map out the computer networks of Iran, in preparation for a broader series of potential attacks. Plus, the online equivalent to the Olympics: Wiki Wars.

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