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Op-Ed News
The Thrilla at Hofstra: How Trump Won the Debatenail Hillary. If he were a better debater, she'd be toast. Hillary tacitly con
The Thrilla at Hofstra: How Trump Won the Debate
Op-Ed News / Posted yesterday
nail Hillary. If he were a better debater, she'd be toast. Hillary tacitly confirmed that the United States was behind the Stuxnet virus that attacked Iran's nuclear centrifuges, implying that she deserves credit for forcing the Islamic Republic to... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Hand-delivered hacking: malicious USBs left in mailboxesNikola Milosevic, who has studied the history of malware. The New York Times re
Hand-delivered hacking: malicious USBs left in mailboxes
Hawaii News Now / Posted 7 days ago
Nikola Milosevic, who has studied the history of malware. The New York Times reported that the infrastructure-wrecking Stuxnet worm spread to Iran's nuclear facilities using a thumb drive placed in the hands of an unwitting employee, for... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Hand-delivered hacking: malicious USBs left in mailboxesNikola Milosevic, who has studied the history of malware. The New York Times re
Hand-delivered hacking: malicious USBs left in mailboxes
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 7 days ago
Nikola Milosevic, who has studied the history of malware. The New York Times reported that the infrastructure-wrecking Stuxnet worm spread to Iran's nuclear facilities using a thumb drive placed in the hands of an unwitting employee, for... Read more
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FOX News
Iran Oil Industry Fires, Blasts Raise Suspicions Of Hackingbeing infected points to the possibility of a concerted effort to target Irania
Iran Oil Industry Fires, Blasts Raise Suspicions Of Hacking
FOX News / Posted 7 days ago
being infected points to the possibility of a concerted effort to target Iranian infrastructure in the years after the Stuxnet virus disrupted thousands of centrifuges at a uranium enrichment facility. Among the worst of the fires was a... Read more
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Salon.com
“I’m still angry”: Oliver Stone slams “superficial election,” media “idiots,” Orwellian U.S. politicsbut he also brings out the drone warfare,” Stone said. Stone spoke about U.S.
“I’m still angry”: Oliver Stone slams “superficial election,” media “idiots,” Orwellian U.S. politics
Salon.com / Posted 7 days ago
but he also brings out the drone warfare,” Stone said. Stone spoke about U.S. cyber-warfare and mentioned the Stuxnet virus, a cyber-weapon created by the American and Israeli governments to attack Iran, which subsequently escaped from... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Vic Police issue warning over USB drive letterbox dropsissued by police said. USB drives have been used as a means of distributing ma
Vic Police issue warning over USB drive letterbox drops
Computer World Australia / Posted 9 days ago
issued by police said. USB drives have been used as a means of distributing malicious software, perhaps most famously the Stuxnet worm. More recently, MacAfee Labs registered a Q1 surge in submissions of W32/Pinkslipbot malware, which can be... Read more
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CircleID
DDOS Attackers - Who and Why?sophisticated attacks. For example, while public information is scant on this t
DDOS Attackers - Who and Why?
CircleID / Posted 10 days ago
sophisticated attacks. For example, while public information is scant on this topic, there is a strong suspicion that the "Stuxnet” computer worm was a joint US-Israeli developed effort. When the finger of suspicion points to state-based actors,... Read more
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Dundas Star News
Russian hacking a question of revenge and respectin cyberspace, especially after it was revealed that the United States and Isra
Russian hacking a question of revenge and respect
Dundas Star News / Posted 13 days ago
in cyberspace, especially after it was revealed that the United States and Israel had developed a malicious cyberweapon, Stuxnet, to sabotage Iran's nuclear program. Moscow and Washington disagree over the definition of cybersecurity. The United... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
6 things to do in Boulder County today, Sept. 16, 2016Days" A documentary thriller about the world of cyberwar. For the first time, t
6 things to do in Boulder County today, Sept. 16, 2016
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 13 days ago
Days" A documentary thriller about the world of cyberwar. For the first time, the film tells the complete story of Stuxnet, a piece of self-replicating computer malware (known as a "worm" for its ability to burrow from computer to computer... Read more
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Salon.com
Espionage Insiders: The Existential Threatbe clear, this isn’t an obscure future-of-battle idea. Cyber warfare has been h
Espionage Insiders: The Existential Threat
Salon.com / Posted 14 days ago
be clear, this isn’t an obscure future-of-battle idea. Cyber warfare has been here, in use, for a long time. In 2007, the Stuxnet Worm—a virus that many believe was jointly built by the United States and Israel—was used to attack Iran’s nuclear... Read more
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Federal Times
Cyberwar and Popcorn: 'Zero Days' movie stokes legitimateThe new documentary about Stuxnet, Zero Days, begins with the real-world murder
Cyberwar and Popcorn: 'Zero Days' movie stokes legitimate
Federal Times / Posted 21 days ago
The new documentary about Stuxnet, Zero Days, begins with the real-world murder of nuclear scientists. This is a smart way to start a movie about cyber war, because skeptics often fail to see the connection between digital and traditional operations.... Read more
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The Register
Ten-year-old Windows Media Player hack is the new black, againattack showcases just how easy it can sometimes be to compromise users with old
Ten-year-old Windows Media Player hack is the new black, again
The Register / Posted 22 days ago
attack showcases just how easy it can sometimes be to compromise users with old exploits. Exhibit B: the six-year old Stuxnet worm was as of May still the internet's chier pwning ram, according to Microsoft. Word macros also remain remarkably... Read more
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The Register
Angler's obituary: Super exploit kit was the work of Russia's Lurk groupprofile recent collarings. It also helped reveal the ultra sophisticated Flame
Angler's obituary: Super exploit kit was the work of Russia's Lurk group
The Register / Posted 29 days ago
profile recent collarings. It also helped reveal the ultra sophisticated Flame malware and offered early analysis of the Stuxnet worm. Angler, Stoyanov says, was initially a means to deliver the Lurk banking trojan and developed into a... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Iran Deploys Russian S-300 Surface To Air Missiles At Its Fordow Nuclear FacilityAir Defense Base. The missile redployment next to the facility which several ye
Iran Deploys Russian S-300 Surface To Air Missiles At Its Fordow Nuclear Facility
Zero Hedge / Posted a month ago
Air Defense Base. The missile redployment next to the facility which several years ago was the focus on an infamous Stuxnet infestation, which was allegedly masterminded by Israeli and US espionage organizations, is likely to provke an angry... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Hackers have infiltrated everything from dams to nuclear facilitiesradius of Australia's northern and western shorelines. Beijing continues to de
Hackers have infiltrated everything from dams to nuclear facilities
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 1 months ago
radius of Australia's northern and western shorelines. Beijing continues to deny responsibility for the attack. Stuxnet is the first cyberweapon known to cause actual physical damage. At the time of its 2010 discovery by security... Read more
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Reuters
Iran detects malware in petrochemical plants, says not linked to recent firescountries. The United States and Israel covertly sabotaged Iran's nuclear progr
Iran detects malware in petrochemical plants, says not linked to recent fires
Reuters / Posted 1 months ago
countries. The United States and Israel covertly sabotaged Iran's nuclear program in 2009 and 2010 with the now-famous Stuxnet computer virus, which destroyed Iranian centrifuges that were enriching uranium. The National Cyberspace Council... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Where Clinton And Trump Stand On Cybersecurity And Privacystranger to cyber war in action: She was secretary of state during the later ye
Where Clinton And Trump Stand On Cybersecurity And Privacy
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 1 months ago
stranger to cyber war in action: She was secretary of state during the later years of and fallout from the malware known as Stuxnet, a secret project by the U.S. and Israel to disable Iranian uranium facilities. The State Department was not involved... Read more
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The Hill
Winter is here: The cyber cold war is no longer a secretgroundwork for attacks long ago as a “just in case” measure. We’ve seen this ty
Winter is here: The cyber cold war is no longer a secret
The Hill / Posted 1 months ago
groundwork for attacks long ago as a “just in case” measure. We’ve seen this type of activity before with the revelation of Stuxnet, a virus thought to be the first public act of cyber warfare to cause physical damage (and that has been rumored to... Read more

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