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Stuxnet, America's Nuclear Plant-Attacking Virus, Has Apparently Infected the International Space Station (Update: Apparently Not)
The Stuxnet virus has now infected a Russian nuke plant, the ISS, and may even be heading for home.
Workers at a container terminal in Antwerp began to wonder why entire containers—containing cargo like bananas and timber—were disappearing from the port.
One engineer's semi-accidental discovery.
Earlier this month, Iranian police found the body of Mojtaba Ahmadi, head of the Iranian Cyber Warfare squad, in what has all the hallmarks of a classic spy assassination. So I called up a former member of Mossad.
The man who led the charge to build Stuxnet -- and became Obama's "favorite" general -- is being investigated for leaking it to the Times.
5,000 is the approximate number of computers infected in at least seven Middle-East countries with the Flamer (Flame, sKyWIper) virus. Flamer's capability is to basically turn anyone's computer into a double-agent -- yes, like a whole lot of malware
Ones and Zeros is Motherboard's weekly investigation into the weird particle accelerator of the world as seen through the eyes of the internet.
After commentators initially seemed generally positive about the health care law being upheld by the Supreme Court, the general consensus "on the pivotal second day is that the bill is in trouble":http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-pn-skeptical-…
Hey, remember "Duqu":http://motherboard.tv/2011/10/19/duqu-stuxnet-s-zombie-cousin-is-coming-for-our-data, that data-lifting Trojan detected on some European computer systems last month? You know, the bug that security firm Symantec "called":http://w…
Late last July, U.S. government cybersecurity officials "warned":http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/07/28/us-cybersecurity-stuxnet-idUSTRE76R5PH20110728 of the "Stuxnet virus":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stuxnet -- THE VIRUS DESIGNED TO PHYSICALLY
In our current age of internet enlightenment, it's common practice for developers, coders and other tech specialists to share the inner workings of their projects online. By allowing everyone access to the source code, people can study and improve up…
h3. ONE: UMich's solar car team really kicks it up a notch ("Wired":http://www.wired.com/autopia/2011/04/university-of-michigan-solar-car/) h3. ZERO: Why you need to encrypt your Wi-Fi network ("Seattle Times":http://o.seattletimes.nwsource.com/ht…
German security researcher Ralph Langner explains how he and his team cracked Stuxnet, the first true digital warhead of the 21st century.
2001: South Korean hackers lob DDoS grenades against the website of Japan’s Ministry of Education, responding to the publication of a Japanese textbook glossing over that nation’s WWII atrocities. 2007: Widespread DDoS attacks on Estonia, alleged…