Kaspersky Labs recently discovered a new malware campaign called Mask, which dates back to 2007, and has infected 380 victims running Windows, OS X, and Linux. Representatives from Kaspersky are calling Mask “the most sophisticated malware campaign ever seen.”
How does Mask compare to other campaigns like Stuxnet and Flame?
Listen to episode 123 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Tim Erlin, Tyler Reguly and Craig Young discuss the difference between sophistication and success, why Mask is just applied research, and what is missing from the big picture of the campaign.
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