Infrastructure and strategic networks in Iran have been attacked by malware similar to Stuxnet — which was used to attack centrifuges at the country's Natanz nuclear enrichment centre in 2011 — and Israeli officials are not willing to say if they are involved or not.
Security software testing company NSS Labs has filed an anti-trust suit against security firms Symantec, CrowdStrike, ESET and the Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organisation, claiming that they had conspired to prevent independent testing of their products.
Malicious attackers have been using stolen certificates from Taiwan-based vendors D-Link and Changing Information Technology to sign their malware known as Plead that has been used to compromise several technology companies.
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