ICS-CERT notes new malware in the middle east similar to Stuxnet
The governments Cyber incident team warned infrastructure systems providers about a new information-stealing network malware with similarities to Duqu, Flame and Stuxnet that has infected systems primarily in middle eastern countries, but also some U.S. networks.
It said the malware, nicknamed “Gauss” by Kaspersky Lab in a report issued on August 9, 2012, is designed to collect information and send the data to its command-and-control servers. It is also spread through removable media like thumbdrives, it said.
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