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Fast Company Magazine
Alex Gibney: “Sometimes You Find Secret Passageways”global food culture for the Netflix series Cooked. His new film, Zero Days, tak
Alex Gibney: “Sometimes You Find Secret Passageways”
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 12 hours ago
global food culture for the Netflix series Cooked. His new film, Zero Days, takes on cyberwarfare, looking at the U.S.-led Stuxnet attack on Iran’s nuclear program in 2010. With so many new outlets available to documentarians, nonfiction films... Read more
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The Register
Stuxnet was the opening shot of decades of non-stop cyber warfareThe famous Stuxnet attack against Iran is credited by some as forestalling the
Stuxnet was the opening shot of decades of non-stop cyber warfare
The Register / Posted 2 days ago
The famous Stuxnet attack against Iran is credited by some as forestalling the alternative: a bombing raid by Israel against Iran’s nuclear facility. The use of such cyber-weapons in the future, however, may mean more countries end up in low-level... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Kaspersky battles hackers in internet’s ‘dark ages’services, but not enough security.” Kaspersky Lab is most famous for being the
Kaspersky battles hackers in internet’s ‘dark ages’
The Seattle Times / Posted 4 days ago
services, but not enough security.” Kaspersky Lab is most famous for being the home of the brainy geek squad that exposed Stuxnet and Flame, the American-Israeli cyberweapons that disrupted Iran’s nuclear program. Kaspersky and his company find... Read more
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New York Magazine
Envisioning the Hack That Could Take Down New York Cityplants,18 into play. 18It took several years for hackers allegedly working for
Envisioning the Hack That Could Take Down New York City
New York Magazine / Posted 4 days ago
plants,18 into play. 18It took several years for hackers allegedly working for the U.S. and Israel to develop Stuxnet, a computer worm that disabled an Iranian nuclear reactor in 2010. These hackers decided to start with cars. The... Read more
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Business Insider
How to hack a bankthem - every single one - has been either espionage or sabotage. They're either
How to hack a bank
Business Insider / Posted 7 days ago
them - every single one - has been either espionage or sabotage. They're either stealing information, or doing stuff like Stuxnet. This would have been the first in history which is a nation state doing offensive cyber attacks to steal... Read more
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International Business Times
Israel facing 'up to two million' critical infrastructure hacking attempts daily $60bn global cyber-market. In terms of critical infrastructure hacks, Israel i
Israel facing 'up to two million' critical infrastructure hacking attempts daily
International Business Times / Posted 8 days ago
$60bn global cyber-market. In terms of critical infrastructure hacks, Israel is suspected of orchestrating the notorious Stuxnet virus alongside the National Security Agency. While it has denied involvement, the Stuxnet worm, which was let loose... Read more
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The Temasek Review
Cybersecurity – Much ado about Something « A – H « Columnists « TR EMERITUSgreat Israelite exploit in unconventional warfare was how they used the cyber s
Cybersecurity – Much ado about Something « A – H « Columnists « TR EMERITUS
The Temasek Review / Posted 10 days ago
great Israelite exploit in unconventional warfare was how they used the cyber space to crippled Iran’s Nuclear Program. “Stuxnet, the American-Israeli computer worm that was used to destroy centrifuges at Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility in 2009... Read more
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The Temasek Review
Smart is a nation whose public officers’ work computers can’t access Internet « Current Affairs « Opinion « TR EMERITUSreactors are cut off from the internet. But the Israelis and Americans still fo
Smart is a nation whose public officers’ work computers can’t access Internet « Current Affairs « Opinion « TR EMERITUS
The Temasek Review / Posted 11 days ago
reactors are cut off from the internet. But the Israelis and Americans still found a way to attack them. It’s called Stuxnet. It was delivered into the nuclear reactors’ computers by a thumb drive. So you see… the government should make it... Read more
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Business Insider
A hack will kill someone within 10 years, and it may have already happenedof a hack within 10 years - and it may even have already happened. "It could h
A hack will kill someone within 10 years, and it may have already happened
Business Insider / Posted 12 days ago
of a hack within 10 years - and it may even have already happened. "It could have happened already, but we don't know. Stuxnet could already have killed people," Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer for F-Secure told Business Insider,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Cyber war: We started it, and the rest of the world is catching upwas the well-reported Operation Olympic Games, in which the U.S. planted a 650,
Cyber war: We started it, and the rest of the world is catching up
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 13 days ago
was the well-reported Operation Olympic Games, in which the U.S. planted a 650,000-line hunk of malware, later dubbed Stuxnet, into the computers controlling the Iranian nuclear reactor at Natanz. The clever code shattered thousands of... Read more
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Computer World Australia
When you isolate your industrial control systems don't forget about DNScan be introduced into isolated ICS environments by insiders or contractors on
When you isolate your industrial control systems don't forget about DNS
Computer World Australia / Posted 15 days ago
can be introduced into isolated ICS environments by insiders or contractors on infected USB drives, like in the case of the Stuxnet cybersabotage worm that infected Iran's nuclear plant at Natanz. The best way to mitigate this problem would be to... Read more
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The Washington Times
How to define cyberwarto be created. There are some fundamental concepts on which it should be based
How to define cyberwar
The Washington Times / Posted 15 days ago
to be created. There are some fundamental concepts on which it should be based. We should be familiar with them from the “Stuxnet” computer worm used (by us? the Israelis? Together?) to attack the Iranian Natanz nuclear facility in about 2010. It... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Baker outlines benefits of planned trip to Israelalso distinguished itself in the realm of cyberwarfare. The country reportedly
Baker outlines benefits of planned trip to Israel
WWLP Springfield / Posted 15 days ago
also distinguished itself in the realm of cyberwarfare. The country reportedly joined with the United States to create the Stuxnet virus targeting an Iranian nuclear facility. U.S. institutions have been targeted by attacks from abroad, and Baker... Read more
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International Business Times
Irongate malware that targets industrial control systems uncovered company analysed several droppers and determined that the malware had various k
Irongate malware that targets industrial control systems uncovered
International Business Times / Posted 18 days ago
company analysed several droppers and determined that the malware had various key features, some of which mimicked Stuxnet. Researchers also believe that while the malware appears to be currently non-malicious in nature, its presence... Read more
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Wired News
Security News This Week: A Deluge of Mega-Breaches Dumps on the Dark Webdon’t will no doubt end up on the country’s list of banned services, which alre
Security News This Week: A Deluge of Mega-Breaches Dumps on the Dark Web
Wired News / Posted 20 days ago
don’t will no doubt end up on the country’s list of banned services, which already includes Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.A Stuxnet Copycat Targets (Simulated) Industrial Controls The bad news: Researchers have found a “several versions” of malware... Read more
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The Register
Air-gapping SCADA systems won't help you, says man who knowsdistribution to factories and many other venues since but it’s only since the a
Air-gapping SCADA systems won't help you, says man who knows
The Register / Posted 21 days ago
distribution to factories and many other venues since but it’s only since the appearance of the nuclear centrifuge-busting Stuxnet worm back in 2010 that anybody has paid serious attention to the security of the technology. “Power control systems... Read more
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The Register
'Irongate' attack looks like Stuxnet, quacks like Stuxnet ...FireEye threat researchers have found a complex malware instance that borrows t
'Irongate' attack looks like Stuxnet, quacks like Stuxnet ...
The Register / Posted 21 days ago
FireEye threat researchers have found a complex malware instance that borrows tricks from Stuxnet and is specifically designed to work on Siemens industrial control systems. Josh Homan, Sean McBride, and Rob Caldwell named the malware "Irongate" and... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Mysterious malware targets industrial control systems, borrows Stuxnet techniques(SCADA) systems in order to hide the real readings from industrial processes.
Mysterious malware targets industrial control systems, borrows Stuxnet techniques
Computer World Australia / Posted 22 days ago
(SCADA) systems in order to hide the real readings from industrial processes. The same technique was used by the Stuxnet sabotage malware allegedly created by the U.S. and Israel to disrupt Iran's nuclear program and credited with... Read more
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Wired News
Maybe Wall Street Has the Solution to Stopping Cyber Attacksand acknowledges new security realities in cyber space. The fact is that in ea
Maybe Wall Street Has the Solution to Stopping Cyber Attacks
Wired News / Posted 22 days ago
and acknowledges new security realities in cyber space. The fact is that in each of the recent cyber attacks from Stuxnet to Sony, those initially thought responsible were the ones eventually proved guilty through multi-year... Read more
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Junkee
Here's A First Glance At The 2016 Melbourne International Film Festival Programof the most culturally diverse neighbourhoods not only in New York, but the ent
Here's A First Glance At The 2016 Melbourne International Film Festival Program
Junkee / Posted 24 days ago
of the most culturally diverse neighbourhoods not only in New York, but the entire world. Plot: A documentary about the Stuxnet virus, which in 2010 disabled enrichment centrifuges at Iran’s Natanz nuclear plant and eventually infected the Bank... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scotland's nuclear power plants are vulnerable to terrorist attack, new report claimsto the report, there was evidence that the US and Israel had infected a nuclear
Scotland's nuclear power plants are vulnerable to terrorist attack, new report claims
heraldscotland / Posted 26 days ago
to the report, there was evidence that the US and Israel had infected a nuclear power plant at Natanz in Iran with the “stuxnet” virus, causing multiple malfunctions. It was said to have been introduced using an infected memory stick. It is... Read more
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heraldscotland
'UK underestimating risk of terrorist attack on nuclear sites'to the report, there was evidence that the US and Israel had infected a nuclear
'UK underestimating risk of terrorist attack on nuclear sites'
heraldscotland / Posted 26 days ago
to the report, there was evidence that the US and Israel had infected a nuclear power plant at Natanz in Iran with the “stuxnet” virus, causing multiple malfunctions. It was said to have been introduced using an infected memory stick. It is... Read more
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Business Insider
How the US military is beating hackers at their own gamemilitary has become keenly aware of that power. In 2009, the US and Israel repo
How the US military is beating hackers at their own game
Business Insider / Posted 30 days ago
military has become keenly aware of that power. In 2009, the US and Israel reportedly infected Iranian computers with the Stuxnet malware that destroyed roughly one-fifth of the country's nuclear centrifuges. And as recently as February, hackers... Read more
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/Film
Zero Days Trailer: "Welcome To The Next Global War"DAYS is a documentary thriller about warfare in a world without rules— the worl
Zero Days Trailer: "Welcome To The Next Global War"
/Film / Posted a month ago
DAYS is a documentary thriller about warfare in a world without rules— the world of cyberwar. The film tells the story of Stuxnet, self-replicating computer malware (known as a “worm” for its ability to burrow from computer to computer on its own)... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Where The 2016 Candidates Stand On Cybersecurity And Civil Libertiesmany of its rivals—on computer technology. Indeed, in 2015, Reuters reported t
Where The 2016 Candidates Stand On Cybersecurity And Civil Liberties
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 1 months ago
many of its rivals—on computer technology. Indeed, in 2015, Reuters reported that an attempt a few years prior to use the Stuxnet virus, believed to have been developed by U.S. and Israeli forces to target the Iranian nuclear program, in North... Read more
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Linux Journal
Russian Linux: The Push Continuescompanies are secretly complicit with US government schemes of the same type.
Russian Linux: The Push Continues
Linux Journal / Posted 1 months ago
companies are secretly complicit with US government schemes of the same type. Certainly, events such as the recent Stuxnet worm saga, that allegedly harmed the Iranian nuclear program, are a point in favor of Linux, and John Le Carrier... Read more
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Swissinfo
Digital attacks strike Switzerland ‘all the time’approach,” said Kudelski. “Everyone is caught in the net at some point,” said L
Digital attacks strike Switzerland ‘all the time’
Swissinfo / Posted 1 months ago
approach,” said Kudelski. “Everyone is caught in the net at some point,” said Langner, who has analysed and identified the “Stuxnet” computer worm that blocked Iranian centrifuges used to enrich uranium. “Everything gets attacked. Basically they do... Read more

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