Security researchers recently discovered a new variation on the Stuxnet worm that became infamous for infecting computers that controlled Iran’s nuclear power program. This new version is called Duqu and is believed to have possibly been written by the same coders. Some parts of it are almost identical to its predecessor while others are different, with the purpose believed to be the collection of information that could be used in a future attack on an industrial control system. Read more here:
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Debra Littlejohn Shinder is a technology and security analyst and author specializing in identity, security and cybercrime, utilizing her past experience as a police officer and police academy/criminal justice instructor. She has written numerous books and articles for web and print publications and has been awarded the Microsoft MVP designation for fourteen years in a row.