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19 million Windows PCs still vulnerable to Stuxnet zero-day
This vulnerability was most famously exploited by Stuxnet - the worm was first detected in June 2010, since when it has become notorious in that it apparently led to the physical destruction of uranium enrichment equipment at nuclear facilities located ... read more

Iran arrests several spies near Bushehr nuclear plant: Fars news agency
In 2010, Iran's uranium enrichment facilities were temporarily impaired by a virus known as Stuxnet, which was widely believed to have been developed by the United States and Israel, although no government took responsibility for it. In March of this ... read more

DC's Complicated View of Cyberwar, Regulation, Liability
Baker pointed out as an example that an attack such as Stuxnet, which put a dent in Iran's nuclear program, exploited a weakness in the same programmable logic controllers running in power plants, refineries, water plants and other critical industries ... read more

How a Rate Hike Can Threaten Grid Security
Recently, Connecticut Light & Power (CL&P), a subsidiary of Northeast Utilities (NU), filed for a rate increase with the Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA). While such a rate increase will have many effects, one that has seemingly ... read more

STUXNET: монстр кибервойн ХХI века
Первого февраля 2011 года Stuxnet атаковал атомную станцию в Бушере, построенную иранцами с помощью России. Неудивительно, что российская «Лаборатория Касперского», одна из ведущих мировых фирм по кибербезопасности, ... read more

'NOVA: Rise of the Hackers' newsflash: Your personal information isn't safe online
The notorious stuxnet virus, which brought an Iranian nuclear plant that was enriching uranium to its knees in 2009, escaped onto the Internet and infected more than 100,000 computers worldwide, meaning power grids and transportation and water ... read more

Cyber warfare needs a 'Geneva Convention': Israel's Space Agency chairman
Professor Isaac Ben-Israel, Chairman of the Israel Space Agency and Israel National Council for Research and Development, says it may be years yet before rules governing cyber warfare to make it more “human” can be thrashed out on an international level. read more

All-in-one printers can be used to control air-gapped systems
Isolating computers from the Internet, called "air gapping," is considered one of the best ways to defend critical systems and their sensitive data from cyberattacks, but researchers have found that can be undermined using an all-in-one printer ... read more



Stuxnet Removal & Solutions

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

Stuxnet Removal Tool | HOTforSecurity
Stuxnet Removal Tool. Detects and eliminates all the known variants of Win32. Wrm.Stuxnet ! See entire article here: BitDefender Offers Free Removal Tool for ...

Stuxnet Information and Removal
Stuxnet removal - Symantec Security Response provides comprehensive ... users fight against e-threats, BitDefender has also created a Stuxnet Removal Tool.

BitDefender Offers Free Removal Tool for Stuxnet
Oct 11, 2010 ... As part of our constant efforts to help worldwide users fight against e-threats, BitDefender has also created a Stuxnet Removal Tool. Computer ...

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