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The Register
Six-year-old patched Stuxnet hole still the web's biggest killerpatched and well publicised as part of its discovery in the US' Stuxnet worm, t
Six-year-old patched Stuxnet hole still the web's biggest killer
The Register / Posted 17 days ago
patched and well publicised as part of its discovery in the US' Stuxnet worm, the killer malware that laid waste to the Natanz uranium enrichment plant. Many malware families exploit the vulnerability but users would be most likely to encounter... Read more
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The Washington Times
Wayne Simmons, accused fraudster, says he has proof of CIA workand arms smugglers from Central and South America and the Middle East.” In 201
Wayne Simmons, accused fraudster, says he has proof of CIA work
The Washington Times / Posted 26 days ago
and arms smugglers from Central and South America and the Middle East.” In 2012, Mr. Simmons co-wrote a novel, “The Natanz Directive,” that carries this blurb from Mr. Rumsfeld: “Wayne Simmons doesn’t just write it. He’s lived it.” ‘Nothing... Read more
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Business Standard India
Programmed to deceivestrike already happened, actually more than once. American hackers fiddled with
Programmed to deceive
Business Standard India / Posted 1 months ago
strike already happened, actually more than once. American hackers fiddled with programming at Iran's nuclear reactor in Natanz, causing centrifuges to spin beyond control and damage themselves. This was an alternative to bombing the reactor, a... Read more

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