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ONR system would protect ships from Stuxnet-like attack
In terms of cyber defense, the military has talked a lot recently about the need to protect infrastructure, particularly with regard to such things as power grids, water plants and nuclear facilities. But for the Navy, infrastructure also means ships ... read more

Lawmakers push for tougher U.S. stance in cyberspace
But it is widely believed to have authored (or co-authored with Israel) Stuxnet, the sophisticated computer worm that reportedly compromised Iranian networks, collected information on its nuclear program and destroyed its centrifuges used to enrich ... 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 spawn infected Kaspersky using stolen Foxconn digital certificates
The Stuxnet malware, which reportedly was developed by the US and Israel to sabotage Iran's nuclear program, used a digital certificate from Realtek, a hardware manufacturer in the Asia Pacific region. A second driver from Jmicron, another hardware ... read more

The Evolution Of Malware
The idea of governments and militaries using malware as a new weapon was at first only a theory. This changed with Stuxnet in 2010 (and spin-offs later that year including Duqu and Flame). The world had proof that state-sponsored attacks were a reality. read more

Windows PCs vulnerable to Stuxnet attack — five years after patch
The only thing worse than a critical flaw that's quietly exploited for years is a critical flaw that's supposedly patched. That's the situation the entire Windows world is in today, now that HP has released details on a critical vulnerability within ... read more

How To Keep IoT Hunters And Poachers Out Of Your Food And Farms
This also could be used in updating the programing on each node in the system. This would ensure that corrupted updates or viruses were distributed to the system nodes (as the Stuxnet virus was distributed to the Iranian centrifuges). Avoid mono-cultures. read more

What @Snowden Told Me About the NSA's Cyberweapons
Or perhaps, in some ways, the fears are merging: Cyberweapons crossed the “kinetic” threshold with the U.S.-Israeli Stuxnet digital strike on Iran's nuclear centrifuges in 2010, progressing from erasing hard drives and stealing data to disrupting or ... 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 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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