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We're at Cyberwar: A Global Guide to Nation-State Digital Attacks
2007: The US launched the Stuxnet worm against Iran to sabotage that country's nuclear program. OUTCOME: Stuxnet succeeded in briefly setting back the Iranian nuclear program. The attack set a precedent for cyberwarfare, wherein countries launch ... read more

Rapid7: Addressing Technology Sprawl And The IT Security Skills Gap
The Stuxnet virus is not your typical piece of malware. It represented a big leap in the complexity and functionality of software viruses that could exploit any network's vulnerabilities. In reading the NATO report linked above, it was noted that the ... read more

Microsoft Patches USB-Related Flaw Used in Targeted Attacks
The most notorious instance of advanced attackers moving malware over USB drives is of course Stuxnet. Attackers used USBs to infect computers with the malware at the Natanz uranium enrichment facility in Iran; Stuxnet-infected machines spread the ... read more

Ruskie ICS hacker drops nine holes in popular Siemens power plant kit
Last year they discovered flaws in WinCC kit, also used in the Iran's Natanz nuclear plant targeted by Stuxnet and in monitoring systems for the Large Hadron Collider, that allowed industrial systems to be compromised. ®. Sponsored: Go beyond APM with ... read more

When cyberthrillers become real life
Stuxnet, a computer worm reportedly developed by the United States and Israel, was launched in 2009 to disable nuclear centrifuges at Iran's Natanz Nuclear Facility. The cybersabotage did, in fact, delay Iran's efforts to enrich uranium. Neither the ... read more

The US Tried to Stuxnet North Korea's Nuclear Program
The second weapon was crafted at the same time Stuxnet was created and was designed to activate once it encountered Korean-language settings on machines with the right configuration, according to Reuters. But the operation ultimately failed because the ... read more

How the Iran Deal Could Complicate US Efforts to Prevent a Nuclear Breakout
Indeed, it was a Belarus-based firm working for an Iranian state entity that discovered the Stuxnet malware. The JCPOA may thus enable Iran to more effectively counter foreign cyber-spying, greatly complicating U.S. and allied efforts to detect future ... read more

Stepson of Stuxnet stalked Kaspersky for months, tapped Iran nuke talks
Since some time in the second half of 2014, a different state-sponsored group had been casing their corporate network using malware derived from Stuxnet, the highly sophisticated computer worm reportedly created by the US and Israel to sabotage Iran's ... read more



Stuxnet Removal & Solutions

W32.Stuxnet Removal - Removing Help | Symantec
Feb 26, 2013 ... Stuxnet removal - Symantec Security Response provides comprehensive internet protection expertise to guard against complex threats, ...

Stuxnet Information and Removal
Stuxnet removal - Symantec Security Response provides comprehensive internet protection ... Stuxnet Removal - Removing Help | Symantec Feb 26, 2013 .

Win32.Worm.Stuxnet Removal Tool Download - Softpedia
Dec 12, 2013 ... Win32.Worm.Stuxnet Removal Tool - A compact and portable program that helps you scan the computer for the Stuxnet malware and ...

Free Stuxnet Removal Tool from BitDefender | News & Opinion ...
Oct 8, 2010 ... While common home and business computers aren't the Stuxnet worm's target, they can still host its infection. BitDefender's free tool promises ...

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