Date: 11 June 2012 14:30
by: Dave Lee
|Source code was shared between the teams making the malware attacks, researchers said|
Flame, revealed last month, attacked targets in Iran, as did Stuxnet which was discovered in 2010.
Kaspersky Lab said they co-operated "at least once" to share source code.
"What we have found is very strong evidence that Stuxnet/Duqu and Flame cyber-weapons are connected," Kaspersky said.
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