Flame: The truth behind the cyber weapon, killer feature, and its relationship with Stuxnet

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Did the U.S. government commission the recently discovered Flame malware? According to new research, the developers of Stuxnet and Flame crossed paths – exchanging source code at least once – which insinuates that the U.S. government commissioned both Flame and Stuxnet.

If the connection between the two proves to be true, weaponisation of cyberhacks and the militerisation of the internet will reach a whole new level on both public and private sector agendas.

This webinar will take a look at the origination of Flame, its properties, the consequences of the malware, the relationship between Stuxnet and Flame and its contribution to the weaponisation of cyber-attacks.


Darien Kindlund

Senior Staff Scientist, FireEye

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Stephen Pritchard

Freelance Writer, Infosecurity Magazine

Harry Sverdlove

CTO, Bit9

Paul Vlissidis

Technical Director, NCC Group

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Beau Woods

Independent Consultant, I Am The Cavalry

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