I am fascinated by Red October, not sure yet if it compares to Stuxnet and/or Flame for amount of talent and other resources invested in it.
But Red October seems to clearly be more of an intelligence gathering tool to be at this point, than a Cyber Weapon like Stuxnet.
Personally I am far more into researching and analyzing than breaking things.
So while I was impressed by Stuxnet and Flame, I am enthusiastic about Red October.
SecureList articles for Red October (Rocra for short):
- Jan 14, 2013 "Red October" Diplomatic Cyber Attacks Investigation http://www.securelist.com/en/analysis/204792262/Red_October_Diplomatic_Cyber_Attacks_Investigation
- Jan 14, 2013 The "Red October" Campaign - An Advanced Cyber Espionage Network Targeting Diplomatic and Government Agencies https://www.securelist.com/en/blog/785/The_Red_October_Campaign_An_Advanced_Cyber_Espionage_Network_Targeting_Diplomatic_and_Government_Agencies
- Jan 17, 2013 "Red October" - part two, the modules http://www.securelist.com/en/blog/208194091/Red_October_part_two_the_modules