Stuxnet

03.18.16
America accuses Iran of hacking the dam, cyber-squirrels rejoice
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America accuses Iran of hacking the dam, cyber-squirrels rejoice

While America is worrying about nation states, our infrastructure is being terrorized by rodents.

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06.16.15
Malware used Foxconn digital certificate to spy on Iran nuclear talks
06.16.15

Malware used Foxconn digital certificate to spy on Iran nuclear talks

Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab has looked deeper into the malware that attacked its network a...

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06.10.15
State-backed spyware targets antivirus maker, Iranian nuclear talks
06.10.15

State-backed spyware targets antivirus maker, Iranian nuclear talks

The threat posed by state-sponsored malware might be even larger than first thought. Antivirus de...

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05.29.15
Reuters: US launched a failed Stuxnet-like attack on North Korea
05.29.15

Reuters: US launched a failed Stuxnet-like attack on North Korea

Iran wasn't the only country that had its nuclear ambitions targeted by a sneaky US cyberattack. I...

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11.13.14
Stuxnet worm entered Iran's nuclear facilities through hacked suppliers
11.13.14

Stuxnet worm entered Iran's nuclear facilities through hacked suppliers

You may have heard the common story of how Stuxnet spread: the United States and Israel reportedly...

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11.30.13
Recommended Reading: Stuxnet's more dangerous precursor, fake memories and more
11.30.13

Recommended Reading: Stuxnet's more dangerous precursor, fake memories and more

Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology in print and on the web. So...

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02.27.13
Symantec: work on Stuxnet worm started two years earlier than first thought
02.27.13

Symantec: work on Stuxnet worm started two years earlier than first thought

Most of us think we know the tale of Stuxnet: it's a possibly government-sponsored worm that playe...

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10.16.12
Kaspersky Labs preps its own OS to guard vital industry against cyberwarfare
10.16.12

Kaspersky Labs preps its own OS to guard vital industry against cyberwarfare

Kaspersky Labs' namesake Eugene Kaspersky is worried that widely distributed and potentially state...

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