HOW DIGITAL DETECTIVES DECIPHERED STUXNET PDF

Stuxnet is a malicious computer worm , first uncovered in , thought to have been in development since at least Stuxnet targets supervisory control and data acquisition SCADA systems and is believed to be responsible for causing substantial damage to the nuclear program of Iran. Although neither country has openly admitted responsibility, the worm is widely understood to be a cyberweapon built jointly by the United States and Israel. Stuxnet specifically targets programmable logic controllers PLCs , which allow the automation of electromechanical processes such as those used to control machinery and industrial processes including gas centrifuges for separating nuclear material.

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This lengthy article tells the story of researchers' efforts to understand "the most menacing malware in history. Wired : The first sign of the Stuxnet virus wasn't discovered by computer security researchers. Instead, in January investigators with the International Atomic Energy Agency noticed that workers at a uranium enrichment plant in central Iran were switching out centrifuges at an incredible rate.

The Stuxnet worm, the world's first real cyberweapon, was unleashed in June But it would take a year before the first computer security researcher would stumble across it. This lengthy article tells the story of how those researchers figured out what the malware did. Advertiser Disclosure: Some of the products that appear on this site are from companies from which TechnologyAdvice receives compensation.

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How Digital Detectives Deciphered Stuxnet

Dozens of computer security researchers around the world spent months deconstructing what would come to be known as the most complex malware ever written -- a piece of software that would ultimately make history as the world's first real cyberweapon. Read more. Subscribe Events About. Featured eBooks. By July 12, Share This:. Nextgov uses cookies for analytics and personalization.

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How Digital Detectives Deciphered Stuxnet, The Most Menacing Malware To Date

This lengthy article tells the story of researchers' efforts to understand "the most menacing malware in history. Wired : The first sign of the Stuxnet virus wasn't discovered by computer security researchers. Instead, in January investigators with the International Atomic Energy Agency noticed that workers at a uranium enrichment plant in central Iran were switching out centrifuges at an incredible rate. The Stuxnet worm, the world's first real cyberweapon, was unleashed in June

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