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Stuxnet-style code signing of malware becomes darknet cottage industry
Underground cybercrooks are selling digital certificates that allow code signing of malicious instructions, creating a lucrative and expanding cottage industry in the process, according to new research from threat intelligence firm InfoArmor. In one ... read more

Opinion: The troubling Stuxnet effect
The Iran nuclear deal is a diplomatic success for the Obama administration – and there are strong reasons to believe that the Stuxnet virus, which damaged or destroyed part of Iran's nuclear program, played an important role in delaying the Iranian ... read more

Iran never responded to cyber attacks with counter raids: Foreign Ministry
He also noted that the Islamic Republic has been the victim of serious cyber attacks, such as the Stuxnet case, in recent years. The spokesman was referring to the 2010 cyber attacks on Iran's nuclear energy facilities by the Stuxnet computer worm ... read more

Kaspersky warns India is under increasing threat of cyber criminals
Stuxnet is a example of an APT attack. The malicious worm is believed to have been a jointly built American-Israeli cyber weapon to sabotage Iran's nuclear programme. Rainer Bock, Head of Strategic Projects at the company said one could see more ... read more

Post-Stuxnet hack group builds formidable LinkedIn phish network
An accomplished Iran-based attack group known as "Cleaver" has created a network of at least 25 well-developed LinkedIn profiles to assist a social engineering campaign hitting targets across the Middle East. The group is alleged to have formed in the ... read more

Stuxnet: A wake-up call for nuclear cyber security
Stuxnet was the first known example of “weaponised” malware, in the sense that it was directed at a specific target, it was extremely complex and its payload was destructive. Cavina said that, although there is no element of cyber security unique to ... read more

SYNful Knock is no Stuxnet, says researcher
Yet another set of shivers is running up spines at Cisco, with a researcher from Grid32 claiming that “rooting” the company's IOS firmware isn't as hard as people think. The issue of compromised firmware arose in August when the company first warned ... 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 ... Free Stuxnet Removal Tool from BitDefender | News & Opinion .

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

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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