Yes, I'm sure.
Nahh! You are not!
I have the malware (Yes, theres more then 1 file) and it flags it. I gave languy a copy of what I have
You may have "it"
, but what is that silly lil
part of "it" that can be recognized, when you have many files?
Then by "dynamically changed
" I did not mean poly- or iso- morphic changes (which could be a part of a technique... but just "as well") , please read again
So can any malware
Not true, because, as above - that is a completely different technique in this case
the only difference is it's got the media's attention
I'm quite aware , but again we are talking about different things, as far as I can see
You don't see "TDSS" or "poison ivy" making the local news Sure
I do see a lot, do not be sarcastic, where it is not necessary... again... we are talking about absolutely different things
As for the link provided by you:
Sorry man, you contradicted yourself by posting the above
Flame was a failure for the antivirus industry. We really should have been able to do better. But we didn’t. We were out of our league, in our own game.
Finally , after all & again re: the initial request - how CIMA can help? You are talking about CIS, aren't you?
At the moment I do not see it being capable of neither identifying (unless very partially)
nor of completely cleaning the stuff we are talking about