U.S., Israel Identified as Sparks Behind Flame: A Washington Post report citing unnamed sources says Israel and the United States are the creators of the highly sophisticated Flame malware that's\u00a0targeting Iranian computer systems. The malware is reportedly an effort of the National Security Agency, the CIA and Israel\u2019s military.\u00a0Flame has\u00a0used destructive software such as the Stuxnet virus to cause malfunctions in Iran\u2019s nuclear-enrichment equipment.\nNew Bank Trojans Make Invisible Transfers: Trend Micro says cybercriminals are using a Trojan tool that steals from compromised accounts and hides the transactions to\u00a0make them\u00a0invisible to account holders. Typical man-in-the-middle bank Trojan attacks--including Zeus and SpyEye--request bank credentials by splashing bogus credential screens at users. Trend Micro says the new Automatic Transfer System it identified\u00a0hides even this activity from users.\nFake Android Security App is Zeus Malware: A series of malicious Android applications are masquerading as premium security apps. The fake security apps\u00a0started showing up in early June, and they're called "Android Security Suite Premium."\u00a0The apps appear to\u00a0steal incoming SMS messages and send them off to one of the attacker's command-and-control servers. Those\u00a0incoming messages could contain sensitive data such as password-reset links or other information.\nGoogle\u00a0Finds 9,500 New Malicious Websites Every Day: Google released a slew of stats\u00a0on its anti-malware work.\n\n\t\tGoogle finds about 9,500 new malicious websites per day. The sites are either compromised by hackers or built specifically to distribute malware or\u00a0launch phishing attempts.\n\n\t\tRoughly 600 million Chrome, Firefox, and Safari\u00a0users see millions of\u00a0warnings per day about malware and phishing on sites the users are about to visit.\n\n\t\tBetween 12 million\u00a0and 14 million Google Search queries per day display warnings that sites are compromised.\n\n\t\tGoogle provides malware warnings on about 300,000 downloads per day through Chrome\u2019s download-protection service.