We (ISC Sans) have gotten a number of submissions asking about "Flame", the malware that was spotted targeting systems in a number of arab countries. According to existing write-ups, the malware is about 20 MB in size, and consists of a number of binary modules that are held together by a duct tape script written in LUA. A good part of the size of the malware is associated with its LUA interpreter.
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