Next generation Stuxnet worm in the works, says Iran news agency
Ian's FARS news agency reported the news -- far-fetched as it may sound -- that Stuxnet version 2 was discussed at a meeting between the two sides on November 24 in Vienna. Citing "an informed source close to the Saudi secret service," the publication ... read more
"More destructive" than Stuxnet: Saudis and Israelis propose new malware ...
Saudi Arabia and Israel's Mossad intelligence division are co-conspiring to produce a computer worm "more destructive" than the Stuxnet malware to sabotage Iran's nuclear program, according to a report from the semi-official Iranian Fars news agency. read more
No, Stuxnet did not infect the International Space Station
Did the Stuxnet cyberweapon infect the International Space Station? Almost certainly not, but that hasn't stopped a lot of media outlets from saying so in bold headlines. "The American-made Stuxnet virus has infected the International Space Station ... read more
The Stuxnet Attack On Iran's Nuclear Plant Was 'Far More Dangerous' Than ...
The Stuxnet virus that ravaged Iran's Natanz nuclear facility "was far more dangerous than the cyberweapon that is now lodged in the public's imagination," cyber security expert Ralph Langer writes in Foreign Policy. Stuxnet, a joint U.S.-Israel ... read more
Recommended Reading: Stuxnet's more dangerous precursor, fake memories ...
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Tehran: Mossad and Saudi intelligence are designing super-Stuxnet to destroy ...
Iran's semi-official Fars news agency “reveals” that Saudi Arabia and Israel's Mossad are “co-conspiring to produce a computer worm more destructive than the Stuxnet malware to sabotage Iran's nuclear program.” The report appeared Monday, Dec. 2 ... read more
Second Look at Stuxnet Reveals Older Dangerous Variant
Stuxnet was a two-headed beast as it turns out, one that could have laid waste to the Natanz nuclear facility which it infected, and one that should have, by expert accounts, remained undetected if not for the noisier yet less complex second attack ... read more
Israel and Saudi Arabia 'Plotting Cyber Attack on Iran's Nuclear Project'
"One of the proposals raised in the meeting [between the envoys] was the production of a malware worse than Stuxnet [computer malware designed to disrupt Iran's nuclear technology] to spy on and destroy the software structure of Iran's nuclear programme. read more