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 Sounds Of Dissent 
 with Kim Zetter of "Wired" magazine
 Kim Zetter of "Wired" magazine's Threat Level section
 Sounds Of Dissent radio  
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Internet worms Flame & Stuxnet were almost certainly developed by governments; likely Israel and/or the U.S.
- The Flame worm/Trojan/backdoor, a type of malware and spyware, was directed primarily at computers in the Middle East, and sent pilfered data and contacts back to its creators. Probably created around 2007, Flame spread to computers by posing as Microsoft Updates and forging Microsoft digital certificates.
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- Kim Zetter of "Wired" magazine's Threat Level section joins us.
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- Live radio interview on "Sounds of Dissent" on WZBC 90.3 FM Boston on Saturday, 2012-06-09 by John Grebe
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