Stuxnet

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Mumbrella
Hacking into a bank by lunchtime: 24 hours with Decoded's Chris Monkwith them and get excited about the same things I’m passionate about. From Ral
Mumbrella / Posted 2 days ago
with them and get excited about the same things I’m passionate about. From Ralph Langer discovering the murky world of Stuxnet through to the accidental release of the Anna Kournikova virus in 2001 (that was the one that made you think you were... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Top 5 critical infrastructure cyber attacksin many cases leaves the door wide open to even simplistic forms of cyber attac
Computer Business Review / Posted 2 days ago
in many cases leaves the door wide open to even simplistic forms of cyber attack. A new form of malware comparable to the Stuxnet attack that was designed for infrastructure has recently been discovered, it is called Industroyer. The attack is... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Billions lost & akin to natural disasters– Lloyd’s issues cyber attack warningof this is the SCADA attack on the Ukrainian power grid that resulted in a mass
Computer Business Review / Posted 3 days ago
of this is the SCADA attack on the Ukrainian power grid that resulted in a mass outage.READ MORE: The bigger, badder Stuxnet? Industroyer malware poised to destroy industry like never before More recent news pertaining to global cyber... Read more
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ABC News
What to know about the Russian cyberfirm pulled from US contractor listcampaign to spy on diplomatic agencies in Eastern Europe. Kaspersky Lab resear
ABC News / Posted 7 days ago
campaign to spy on diplomatic agencies in Eastern Europe. Kaspersky Lab researchers were also behind the 2010 discovery of Stuxnet, the U.S. National Security Agency's special cyberbomb targeting Iranian nuclear facilities that later became the... Read more
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asianage
Why Modi’s ‘I for an I’ shouldn’t include Irannation. Indeed, as far back as mid-2009, Israel’s covert cybersecurity squad ta
asianage / Posted 13 days ago
nation. Indeed, as far back as mid-2009, Israel’s covert cybersecurity squad targeted Iran’s nuclear facilities, using Stuxnet, a first-of-its-kind Israeli “cyber-missile”, to sabotage Iran’s Natanz nuclear centrifuge fuel-refining plant from... Read more
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Mashable
Hackers have been breaking into U.S. power plant networks, including a nuclear facility, since Mayon the integrity of a nuclear facility. Nearly a decade ago, the U.S. and Isra
Mashable / Posted 13 days ago
on the integrity of a nuclear facility. Nearly a decade ago, the U.S. and Israeli governments built a cyberweapon called Stuxnet that wrecked Iranian nuclear centrifuges and threw Iran's nuclear enrichment program into disarray. These new... Read more
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BBC News
Hackers breached a dozen US nuclear plants, reports saydeployed by nation states to infiltrate foreign industrial networks. The US and
BBC News / Posted 13 days ago
deployed by nation states to infiltrate foreign industrial networks. The US and Israel reportedly used the now-infamous Stuxnet worm in an attempt to damage an Iranian nuclear facility. The worm attacked the facility's nuclear centrifuges by... Read more
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CNBC
Hackers are targeting nuclear facilities, Homeland Security and FBI saycontrol systems would be facing advanced levels of malware," Mr. Wellinghoff sa
CNBC / Posted 13 days ago
control systems would be facing advanced levels of malware," Mr. Wellinghoff said. In 2008, an attack called Stuxnet that was designed by the United States and Israel to hit Iran's main nuclear enrichment facility, demonstrated how... Read more
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The Register
Someone's phishing US nuke power stations. So far, no kaboomwas “recently” infiltrated in what may have been a related attack. Not everybo
The Register / Posted 14 days ago
was “recently” infiltrated in what may have been a related attack. Not everybody is panicking: Lee also pointed out that it's a long way from phishing to “the next Stuxnet” (which was delivered via the sneakernet of infected US... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
David Ignatius: At the G-20 summit, big egos take stageto suspend testing while the talks continue; and he should build a high-tech of
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
to suspend testing while the talks continue; and he should build a high-tech offensive and defensive arsenal (remember Stuxnet?) in case the talks fail. Summitry under military pressure is especially fraught. When British Prime Minister... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
David Ignatius: At the G-20 summit, big egos take stageto suspend testing while the talks continue; and he should build a high-tech of
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 14 days ago
to suspend testing while the talks continue; and he should build a high-tech offensive and defensive arsenal (remember Stuxnet?) in case the talks fail. Summitry under military pressure is especially fraught. When British Prime Minister... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Others say: Mass disruptioncyberweapons creatively have been used to mess up Iran's nuclear enrichment pro
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
cyberweapons creatively have been used to mess up Iran's nuclear enrichment program, using the computer worm known as Stuxnet. It also appears that U.S. cyberaction has been used to gum up North Korea's rocket launches, slowing down... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
How close is Russian cyber firm to Russia’s spies?the quality of Kaspersky software. The company also has a record of exposing cy
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 15 days ago
the quality of Kaspersky software. The company also has a record of exposing cyberattacks, including the U.S. government’s Stuxnet attack that disabled Iran’s nuclear weapons development even though the Iranian equipment wasn’t connected to the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Cyber firms warn of power malware threatwithout the need for hackers to manually intervene after gaining remote access
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 days ago
without the need for hackers to manually intervene after gaining remote access to the infected system. The first, Stuxnet, was discovered in 2010 and is widely believed by security researchers to have been used by the United States and... Read more
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Weekly Times
Cyber firms warn of power malware threatwithout the need for hackers to manually intervene after gaining remote access
Weekly Times / Posted 16 days ago
without the need for hackers to manually intervene after gaining remote access to the infected system. The first, Stuxnet, was discovered in 2010 and is widely believed by security researchers to have been used by the United States and... Read more
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Herald Sun
Cyber firms warn of power malware threatwithout the need for hackers to manually intervene after gaining remote access
Herald Sun / Posted 16 days ago
without the need for hackers to manually intervene after gaining remote access to the infected system. The first, Stuxnet, was discovered in 2010 and is widely believed by security researchers to have been used by the United States and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Cyber firms warn of power malware threatwithout the need for hackers to manually intervene after gaining remote access
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 days ago
without the need for hackers to manually intervene after gaining remote access to the infected system. The first, Stuxnet, was discovered in 2010 and is widely believed by security researchers to have been used by the United States and... Read more
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News.com.au
Cyber firms warn of power malware threatwithout the need for hackers to manually intervene after gaining remote access
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
without the need for hackers to manually intervene after gaining remote access to the infected system. The first, Stuxnet, was discovered in 2010 and is widely believed by security researchers to have been used by the United States and... Read more
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WA Today
North Korea crisis: What are the optionsa dangerous regime" The US, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
a dangerous regime" The US, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's nuclear program via a computer virus called Stuxnet, which destroyed thousands of centrifuges used to enrich uranium. The US tried, but failed, to deploy a version of... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Trump's options limited on North KoreaACTION The US, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's nuclear prog
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 days ago
ACTION The US, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's nuclear program via a computer virus called Stuxnet, which destroyed thousands of centrifuges used to enrich uranium. The US tried, but failed, to deploy a version of... Read more
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The Age
North Korea crisis: What are the optionsa dangerous regime" The US, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
a dangerous regime" The US, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's nuclear program via a computer virus called Stuxnet, which destroyed thousands of centrifuges used to enrich uranium. The US tried, but failed, to deploy a version of... Read more
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The Star
Trump talks tough on North Korea, but options limitedACTION The United States, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's n
The Star / Posted 16 days ago
ACTION The United States, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's nuclear programme via a computer virus called Stuxnet, which destroyed thousands of centrifuges used to enrich uranium. The United States tried, but failed, to deploy a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
North Korea crisis: What are the optionsa dangerous regime" The US, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
a dangerous regime" The US, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's nuclear program via a computer virus called Stuxnet, which destroyed thousands of centrifuges used to enrich uranium. The US tried, but failed, to deploy a version of... Read more
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News.com.au
Trump’s options limited on North KoreaACTION The US, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's nuclear prog
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
ACTION The US, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's nuclear program via a computer virus called Stuxnet, which destroyed thousands of centrifuges used to enrich uranium. The US tried, but failed, to deploy a version of... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Trump’s options limited on North KoreaACTION The US, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's nuclear prog
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 16 days ago
ACTION The US, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's nuclear program via a computer virus called Stuxnet, which destroyed thousands of centrifuges used to enrich uranium. The US tried, but failed, to deploy a version of... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Trump's options limited on North KoreaACTION The US, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's nuclear prog
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 days ago
ACTION The US, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's nuclear program via a computer virus called Stuxnet, which destroyed thousands of centrifuges used to enrich uranium. The US tried, but failed, to deploy a version of... Read more
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Reuters
Trump talks tough on North Korea, but options limitedACTION The United States, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's n
Reuters / Posted 16 days ago
ACTION The United States, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's nuclear program via a computer virus called Stuxnet, which destroyed thousands of centrifuges used to enrich uranium. The United States tried, but failed, to deploy a... Read more
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dna
Trump talks tough on North Korea, but options limitedACTION The United States, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's n
dna / Posted 16 days ago
ACTION The United States, with help from Israel, temporarily set back Iran's nuclear program via a computer virus called Stuxnet, which destroyed thousands of centrifuges used to enrich uranium. The United States tried, but failed, to deploy a... Read more
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Canberra Times
The web belongs to the bad guys and getting it back won't be easyallowed Australia's great ally, the US, to wage remote-control warfare in the c
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
allowed Australia's great ally, the US, to wage remote-control warfare in the cause of peace. The US and Israel used the Stuxnet cyber worm to send Iran's uranium centrifuges spinning out of control in 2010, destroying themselves and setting... Read more
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The Age
The web belongs to the bad guys and getting it back won't be easyallowed Australia's great ally, the US, to wage remote-control warfare in the c
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
allowed Australia's great ally, the US, to wage remote-control warfare in the cause of peace. The US and Israel used the Stuxnet cyber worm to send Iran's uranium centrifuges spinning out of control in 2010, destroying themselves and setting... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The web belongs to the bad guys and getting it back won't be easyallowed Australia's great ally, the US, to wage remote-control warfare in the c
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
allowed Australia's great ally, the US, to wage remote-control warfare in the cause of peace. The US and Israel used the Stuxnet cyber worm to send Iran's uranium centrifuges spinning out of control in 2010, destroying themselves and setting... Read more
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The News & Observer
How close is Russian cyber firm to Russia’s spies?the quality of Kaspersky software. The company also has a record of exposing cy
The News & Observer / Posted 17 days ago
the quality of Kaspersky software. The company also has a record of exposing cyberattacks, including the U.S. government’s Stuxnet attack that disabled Iran’s nuclear weapons development even though the Iranian equipment wasn’t connected to the... Read more
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The Star
US warns businesses of hacking campaign against nuclear, energy firmsto date that is capable of disrupting industrial processes without the need for
The Star / Posted 18 days ago
to date that is capable of disrupting industrial processes without the need for hackers to manually intervene. The first, Stuxnet, was discovered in 2010 and is widely believed by security researchers to have been used by the United States and... Read more
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CNBC
Hacks Raise Fear Over N.S.A.’s Hold on Cyberweaponsthreat we're going to face in the near future." Using the remnants of American
CNBC / Posted 19 days ago
threat we're going to face in the near future." Using the remnants of American weapons is not entirely new. Elements of Stuxnet, the computer worm that disabled the centrifuges used in Iran's nuclear weapons program seven years ago, have been... Read more
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dna
U.S. warns businesses of hacking campaign against nuclear, energy firmsto date that is capable of disrupting industrial processes without the need for
dna / Posted 19 days ago
to date that is capable of disrupting industrial processes without the need for hackers to manually intervene. The first, Stuxnet, was discovered in 2010 and is widely believed by security researchers to have been used by the United States and... Read more
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Business Standard India
Hacks raise fear over NSA's hold on cyberweaponsthreat we’re going to face in the near future.” Using the remnants of American
Business Standard India / Posted 19 days ago
threat we’re going to face in the near future.” Using the remnants of American weapons is not entirely new. Elements of Stuxnet, the computer worm that disabled the centrifuges used in Iran’s nuclear weapons program seven years ago, have been... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Russia has been testing cyberwarfare techniques on Ukraine since 2014. What's next?make the leap beyond purely digital mayhem and start to cause real, physical da
KERA North Texas / Posted 27 days ago
make the leap beyond purely digital mayhem and start to cause real, physical damage to the world. In 2009, when the NSA’s Stuxnet malware silently accelerated a few hundred Iranian nuclear centrifuges until they destroyed themselves, it seemed to... Read more
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Business Insider
Obama reportedly directed the NSA to infect Russia with cyber weapons to cause ‘pain’similar to how the NSA carried out a successful operation called "Olympic Games
Business Insider / Posted 27 days ago
similar to how the NSA carried out a successful operation called "Olympic Games" (more commonly referred to as the Stuxnet attack) that set back Iran's nuclear program. Regardless, the US certainly has the capability to affect an... Read more
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The Register
WikiLeaks doc dump reveals CIA tools for infecting air-gapped PCsdubbed EZCheese and Emotional Simian, is the kind of cyber-weapon American inte
The Register / Posted 28 days ago
dubbed EZCheese and Emotional Simian, is the kind of cyber-weapon American intelligence may well have used to spread the Stuxnet nasty. According to the user guide [PDF], the software consists of four specific applications. Shattered Assurance... Read more
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The Register
Microsoft PatchGuard flaw could let hackers plant rootkits on x64 Windows 10 boxenin the Saudi Aramco attack, and Flame, a nation state-grade espionage malware d
The Register / Posted 28 days ago
in the Saudi Aramco attack, and Flame, a nation state-grade espionage malware discovered in 2012 and associated with the Stuxnet attacks on Iran's nuclear program. GhostHook opens the door for the proliferation and commoditisation of more... Read more
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International Business Times
The scariest WikiLeaks release yet? Files reveal how CIA infiltrates off-grid computers CIA has not confirmed the authenticity of the leaked files. The attacks on air
International Business Times / Posted 28 days ago
CIA has not confirmed the authenticity of the leaked files. The attacks on air-gapped systems share similarities to the 'Stuxnet' hack uncovered in 2010 which also involved infiltrating closed networks using malware on USB sticks. The aim was to... Read more
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Aljazeera
Locked Shields: The world's largest cyber-war gameof the Kremlin being behind them. And it's of course not just Moscow: the most
Aljazeera / Posted 1 months ago
of the Kremlin being behind them. And it's of course not just Moscow: the most famous cyber-attack of all, the malware Stuxnet, which managed to damage the Iranian nuclear industry, is believed to have originated in the US and Israel. By the... Read more
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eWeek
IBM Brings Identity-as-a-Service to Hybrid Cloud Environmentsexploited vulnerabilities is one identified as CVE-2017-8464 that bears some re
eWeek / Posted 1 months ago
exploited vulnerabilities is one identified as CVE-2017-8464 that bears some resemblance to the vulnerability used by the Stuxnet malware, according to Trend Micro's Zero Day Initiative. The other actively exploited flaw is a Windows Search... Read more

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