Inside the "wiper" malware that brought Sony Pictures to its knees

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Details of malware that may have been associated with the attack on Sony Pictures were disseminated in an FBI “Flash” earlier this week. A copy of the memorandum obtained by Ars Technica details “a destructive malware used by unknown computer network exploitation (CNE) operators” that can destroy all the data on Windows computers it infects and spread itself over network file shares to attack Windows servers.

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