Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 12th Mar 2012 19:00 UTC, submitted by yoni
Privacy, Security, Encryption "And just when you thought the whole Stuxnet/Duqu trojan saga couldn't get any crazier, a security firm who has been analyzing Duqu writes that it employs a programming language that they've never seen before." Pretty crazy, especially when you consider what some think the mystery language looks like "The unknown c++ looks like the older IBM compilers found in OS400 SYS38 and the oldest sys36.The C++ code was used to write the tcp/ip stack for the operating system and all of the communications."
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RE: A competitor to back orifice ?
by fran on Tue 13th Mar 2012 01:19 UTC in reply to "A competitor to back orifice ?"
fran
Member since:
2010-08-06

The version two names cracks me up.
Like "Son of Stuxnet seen in the wild".
Hopefully will never see an evil progeny of Duqu.

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rexstuff Member since:
2007-04-06

I like it. Maybe...

"Duqu, baffler of Kapersky, son of Stuxnet, destroyer of centrifuges"?

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