Recently appointed McAfee global CTO Mike Fey told the company's Focus 12 conference the Shamoon malware was really about destroying any evidence of intrusions: "all it does is wreck the device," he said, likening it to the scene in a movie where the bad guy pours petrol over the scene of a crime, walks away and flicks a match over his shoulder.
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