Security Issues: Portable USB Device Offers Virus Software

[ Updated 1.10.11 ] New portable USB Virus Detector for industrial systems turns stuxnet on its ear, uses the same concept but for good. Also, Symantec researchers surmise that the stuxnet malware is designed to go after a frequency converter from a company in either Finland or Tehran, Iran.

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•  Researcher Demonstrates Stuxnet at Work
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•  Stuxnet Could Hijack Power Plants, Refineries
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