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Computer Business Review
How vulnerable is critical infrastructure to cyber attacksdown power stations and affecting nuclear facilities. The most widely spoken c
How vulnerable is critical infrastructure to cyber attacks
Computer Business Review / Posted 8 hours ago
down power stations and affecting nuclear facilities. The most widely spoken cyber attack against a country's NCI was Stuxnet when in 2009 and 2010 the computer virus is rumoured to have been built by the American and Israeli governments to... Read more
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The Register
Daisy-chained research spells malware worm hell for power plants and other utilitiesattacks, is able to spread from devices without the need of an infected laptop
Daisy-chained research spells malware worm hell for power plants and other utilities
The Register / Posted yesterday
attacks, is able to spread from devices without the need of an infected laptop or desktop. All other PLC malware such as Stuxnet relied on having an infected computer to spread to other controllers, meaning an infection could be stopped from... Read more
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Computer Business Review
The internet of things revolution is industrial, in factories, automation, robotics and the infrastructure on which they run'Ok, I get it but I don't want to get hit by the security issue'. If I open my
The internet of things revolution is industrial, in factories, automation, robotics and the infrastructure on which they run
Computer Business Review / Posted yesterday
'Ok, I get it but I don't want to get hit by the security issue'. If I open my plant up I don't want to get hit by a Stuxnet situation. Will I be protected." How does Panduit view the cybersecurity threats to critical infrastructure and its... Read more
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Boston Globe
Coming to a theater near you: sequels, spinoffs, and remakesDeHaan). ZERO DAYS Oscar winner Alex Gibney (“Taxi to the Dark Side”) directed
Coming to a theater near you: sequels, spinoffs, and remakes
Boston Globe / Posted 7 days ago
DeHaan). ZERO DAYS Oscar winner Alex Gibney (“Taxi to the Dark Side”) directed this documentary about cyberwarfare and the Stuxnet virus. STAR TREK BEYOND The Starship Enterprise is stuck on an unknown planet. That’s OK, since this third film in... Read more
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Ars Technica
German nuclear plant’s fuel rod system swarming with old malwarefinancial fraud. But much more destructive malware could have easily been intr
German nuclear plant’s fuel rod system swarming with old malware
Ars Technica / Posted 9 days ago
financial fraud. But much more destructive malware could have easily been introduced over USB drives in a targeted attack. Stuxnet was introduced into an Iranian nuclear research facility's "air-gapped" network by way of a USB drive, and Flame and... Read more
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Zero Hedge
German Nuclear Power Plant Confirms It Was Infected With Computer Virusesof what happened in Iran several years ago when its nuclear enrichment plant wa
German Nuclear Power Plant Confirms It Was Infected With Computer Viruses
Zero Hedge / Posted 9 days ago
of what happened in Iran several years ago when its nuclear enrichment plant was found infected with the infamous Stuxnet virus, a computer malware virus was discovered at the Gundremmingen nuclear power plant in Bavaria. Today we finally... Read more
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ExtremeTech
US plan to drop ‘cyber bombs’ on ISIS will change the meaning of the term cyber warbeen basically three major, publicly known cyber-attacks that probably constitu
US plan to drop ‘cyber bombs’ on ISIS will change the meaning of the term cyber war
ExtremeTech / Posted 10 days ago
been basically three major, publicly known cyber-attacks that probably constitute a use of force under international law: Stuxnet, a devastating 2012 attack on the Saudi Aramco oil company, and a recent, rather terrifying attack on Swedish air... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Computer Virus Discovered In German Nuclear Power PlantRemember when "someone" used the Stuxnet virus, or rather worm, in an Iranian n
Computer Virus Discovered In German Nuclear Power Plant
Zero Hedge / Posted 11 days ago
Remember when "someone" used the Stuxnet virus, or rather worm, in an Iranian nuclear plant several years ago to freeze Iranian nuclear production, leading to a major diplomatic scandal involving the spy agencies of both the US and Israel, as the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launchesUnited States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Se
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launches
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
United States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Security Agency reportedly deployed the the "Stuxnet" worm that infected control systems and disabled Iranian nuclear centrifuges. Iran responded with cyber intrusions on... Read more
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The Courier
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launchesUnited States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Se
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launches
The Courier / Posted 16 days ago
United States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Security Agency reportedly deployed the the "Stuxnet" worm that infected control systems and disabled Iranian nuclear centrifuges. Iran responded with cyber intrusions on... Read more
41 related stories
16d
Northern Daily Leader
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launchesUnited States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Se
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launches
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 16 days ago
United States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Security Agency reportedly deployed the the "Stuxnet" worm that infected control systems and disabled Iranian nuclear centrifuges. Iran responded with cyber intrusions on... Read more
41 related stories
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The Young Witness
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launchesUnited States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Se
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launches
The Young Witness / Posted 16 days ago
United States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Security Agency reportedly deployed the the "Stuxnet" worm that infected control systems and disabled Iranian nuclear centrifuges. Iran responded with cyber intrusions on... Read more
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Western Advocate
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launchesUnited States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Se
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launches
Western Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
United States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Security Agency reportedly deployed the the "Stuxnet" worm that infected control systems and disabled Iranian nuclear centrifuges. Iran responded with cyber intrusions on... Read more
41 related stories
16d
Kiama Independent
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launchesUnited States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Se
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launches
Kiama Independent / Posted 16 days ago
United States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Security Agency reportedly deployed the the "Stuxnet" worm that infected control systems and disabled Iranian nuclear centrifuges. Iran responded with cyber intrusions on... Read more
41 related stories
16d
Manning River Times
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launchesUnited States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Se
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launches
Manning River Times / Posted 16 days ago
United States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Security Agency reportedly deployed the the "Stuxnet" worm that infected control systems and disabled Iranian nuclear centrifuges. Iran responded with cyber intrusions on... Read more
41 related stories
16d
Goondiwindi Argus
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launchesUnited States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Se
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launches
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 16 days ago
United States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Security Agency reportedly deployed the the "Stuxnet" worm that infected control systems and disabled Iranian nuclear centrifuges. Iran responded with cyber intrusions on... Read more
41 related stories
16d
The North West Star
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launchesUnited States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Se
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launches
The North West Star / Posted 16 days ago
United States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Security Agency reportedly deployed the the "Stuxnet" worm that infected control systems and disabled Iranian nuclear centrifuges. Iran responded with cyber intrusions on... Read more
41 related stories
16d
Daily Liberal
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launchesUnited States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Se
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launches
Daily Liberal / Posted 16 days ago
United States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Security Agency reportedly deployed the the "Stuxnet" worm that infected control systems and disabled Iranian nuclear centrifuges. Iran responded with cyber intrusions on... Read more
41 related stories
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The Border Mail
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launchesUnited States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Se
Australia ready to hit back at foreign cyber attacks as $230m security strategy launches
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
United States has long used offensive cyber powers. In 2010, the US National Security Agency reportedly deployed the the "Stuxnet" worm that infected control systems and disabled Iranian nuclear centrifuges. Iran responded with cyber intrusions on... Read more
41 related stories
17d
Deseret News
George F. Will: The destructive threat of cyberwarfarethe United States and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran
George F. Will: The destructive threat of cyberwarfare
Deseret News / Posted 17 days ago
the United States and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran's nuclear weapons program. They used the Stuxnet computer "worm" to accelerate or slow processes at Iran's Natanz uranium-enrichment facility, damaging or even... Read more
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The News & Observer
The destructive threat of cyberwarfarethe United States and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran
The destructive threat of cyberwarfare
The News & Observer / Posted 19 days ago
the United States and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran’s nuclear weapons program. They used the Stuxnet computer “worm” to accelerate or slow processes at Iran’s Natanz uranium-enrichment facility, damaging or even... Read more
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The Columbian
Will: Discussion on cyberattacks long overduewhen the U.S. and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran’s n
Will: Discussion on cyberattacks long overdue
The Columbian / Posted 19 days ago
when the U.S. and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran’s nuclear weapons program. They used the Stuxnet computer “worm” to accelerate or slow processes at Iran’s Natanz uranium-enrichment facility, damaging or even... Read more
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OregonLive.com
The destructive threat of cyberwarfare: George Willthe United States and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran
The destructive threat of cyberwarfare: George Will
OregonLive.com / Posted 20 days ago
the United States and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran's nuclear weapons program. They used the Stuxnet computer "worm" to accelerate or slow processes at Iran's Natanz uranium-enrichment facility, damaging or even... Read more
7 related stories
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International Business Times
Inside the new era of warfare: Exploring the 'cyber arms race' with Mikko Hyppnen of the reasons governments like [cyber-ops] is because they are deniable," said
Inside the new era of warfare: Exploring the 'cyber arms race' with Mikko Hyppnen
International Business Times / Posted 20 days ago
of the reasons governments like [cyber-ops] is because they are deniable," said Hyppönen. Referencing the legendary 'Stuxnet' virus that was deployed in an Israeli-American operation and used to sabotage Iranian nuclear ambitions, the... Read more
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Salem News
Destructive threat of cyberwarfarethe United States and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran
Destructive threat of cyberwarfare
Salem News / Posted 21 days ago
the United States and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran's nuclear weapons program. They used the Stuxnet computer "worm" to accelerate or slow processes at Iran's Natanz uranium-enrichment facility, damaging or even... Read more
7 related stories
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PhysOrg
How to protect nuclear plants from terroristsAs new, entirely digital reactors come online, such measures will be more neces
How to protect nuclear plants from terrorists
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
As new, entirely digital reactors come online, such measures will be more necessary than ever. The successful 2010 Stuxnet attack, for example, in which a computer worm infiltrated computers at Iranian nuclear facilities and caused machines... Read more
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The Irish Times
How real is the threat of cyberterrorism?paralysed). McGregor says a major attack by the group on the oil conglomerate
How real is the threat of cyberterrorism?
The Irish Times / Posted 22 days ago
paralysed). McGregor says a major attack by the group on the oil conglomerate Saudi Aramco was believed to be revenge for Stuxnet, a worm believed to have been developed by the US, which caused significant damage to Iran’s nuclear facilities. The... Read more
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The Oklahoman
George Will: The destructive threat of cyberwarfarethe United States and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran
George Will: The destructive threat of cyberwarfare
The Oklahoman / Posted 22 days ago
the United States and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran's nuclear weapons program. They used the Stuxnet computer "worm" to accelerate or slow processes at Iran's Natanz uranium-enrichment facility, damaging or even... Read more
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New York Post
Defining acts of ‘aggression’ in the age of cyber warfarethe United States and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran
Defining acts of ‘aggression’ in the age of cyber warfare
New York Post / Posted 22 days ago
the United States and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran’s nuclear-weapons program. They used the Stuxnet computer “worm” to accelerate or slow processes at Iran’s Natanz uranium-enrichment facility, damaging or even... Read more
7 related stories
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The Mercury News
George F. Will: The destructive threat of cyberwarfarethe United States and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran
George F. Will: The destructive threat of cyberwarfare
The Mercury News / Posted 23 days ago
the United States and Israel wanted to destroy some centrifuges crucial to Iran's nuclear weapons program. They used the Stuxnet computer "worm" to accelerate or slow processes at Iran's Natanz uranium-enrichment facility, damaging or even... Read more
7 related stories
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DW
Experts suggest US and allies involved in covert operations in Iran |two senior Iranian nuclear physicists killed by car bombs in the past 12 months
Experts suggest US and allies involved in covert operations in Iran |
DW / Posted 28 days ago
two senior Iranian nuclear physicists killed by car bombs in the past 12 months. The mystery extends to the source of the Stuxnet computer worm which was secretly fed into Iran's nuclear program in 2010, causing centrifuges used to enrich uranium... Read more
28d
ExtremeTech
Spear-phishing attack hits high level execs with ransomwareto Angela Merkel’s communications, for instance, and may even have played a rol
Spear-phishing attack hits high level execs with ransomware
ExtremeTech / Posted 28 days ago
to Angela Merkel’s communications, for instance, and may even have played a role in injection of military viruses like Stuxnet into Iranian military networks. The only real downside of this sort of attack is that it requires extra knowledge... Read more
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PhysOrg
The next Cold War has already begun – in cyberspacethe power of the Estonian state and the economic activity of the country. Alth
The next Cold War has already begun – in cyberspace
PhysOrg / Posted 29 days ago
the power of the Estonian state and the economic activity of the country. Although it wasn't discovered until 2010, the Stuxnet worm was the first prominent cyber weapon to be used by the US, and was originally deployed against Iran in 2007. The... Read more
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CIO
Are you failing Security Basics 101?2016 Cyber Risk Report points out that “29 percent of all exploits samples disc
Are you failing Security Basics 101?
CIO / Posted 30 days ago
2016 Cyber Risk Report points out that “29 percent of all exploits samples discovered in 2015 continued to use a 2010 Stuxnet infection vector that has been patched twice.” It takes an average of 103 days for companies to patch known network... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Paul Charman: Enhance NZ Post - don't destroy itsociety, by trashing its internet systems. To this end, military computer viru
Paul Charman: Enhance NZ Post - don't destroy it
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
society, by trashing its internet systems. To this end, military computer viruses of unheralded strength, such as the Stuxnet worm used against Iran's industrial systems in 2010, are apparently just waiting in the wings. Or political mandate... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Paul Charman: Enhance NZ Post - don't destroy itsociety, by trashing its internet systems. To this end, military computer viru
Paul Charman: Enhance NZ Post - don't destroy it
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
society, by trashing its internet systems. To this end, military computer viruses of unheralded strength, such as the Stuxnet worm used against Iran's industrial systems in 2010, are apparently just waiting in the wings. Or political mandate... Read more

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