Israeli start-up, working with GE, out to detect Stuxnet-like attacks
Network World - The Stuxnet malware known to have stealthily targeted Iranian nuclear facilities a few years ago was a wake-up call about how vulnerable critical industrial systems can be to cyberattack. Now, an Israeli start-up, with help from General ... read more
Iran's Case against Stuxnet
Speculation as to whether the US-Israel were behind the Stuxnet cyberattacks was finally confirmed in the summer of 2012 by David E. Sanger in his New York Times report and later book, Confront and Conceal, stating that the United States had been ... read more
From Stuxnet to Melissa virus, cyber security experts speak, spar at Lewis ...
They touched on the 1999 Melissa virus (which played havoc on global email and left Bill Clinton on hold for 30 minutes with the Defense Department) to Stuxnet (the U.S.-Israel concoction, discovered in 2010, which destroyed the centrifuges of many of ... read more
Everything you need to know about Stuxnet
Stuxnet is a major computer virus, first discovered in June 2010, which was designed to attack Siemens Step7 software running on a Windows operating system. The worm was at first identified by security firm VirusBlokAda in mid-June 2010, and was ... read more
Iran's Case against Stuxnet | International Policy Digest
Speculation has it that Iran wants to pursue legal action against the US-Israeli led Stuxnet cyberattack. If the rumors prove to be true, Iran's case against the United States could give the international community a great opportunity to use the case ... read more
Former Iran official describes alleged US sabotage of nuke program
Abbasi claimed this is how the U.S. got the Stuxnet virus into Iran. "They planted it in equipment that Iran purchased," he said. Stuxnet was the computer virus that is credited with slowing Iran's nuclear program for months. U.S. officials have never ... read more
Will the Internet of Things Become the Internet of Broken Things?
Three years ago, the Stuxnet virus spread havoc in industrial environments, and cyberattacks on other areas of critical infrastructure are also on the rise. [ Commentary: Spear Phishing Poses Threat to Industrial Control Systems ][ More: Critical Flaw ... read more
Former Iran atomic agency head tells about sabotaged material, deceiving IAEA
[At the same time, they] opened the channels that they [personally] control, in order to provide Iran with equipment that would also benefit them. This, for example, [is how]... they got the Stuxnet virus [into Iran]. They planted it in equipment that ... read more