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Stuxnet beta's devious alternate attack on Iran nuke program
"Researchers have uncovered a never-before-seen version of Stuxnet. The discovery sheds new light on the evolution of the powerful cyberweapon that made history when it successfully sabotaged an Iranian uranium-enrichment facility in 2009..."--
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jaykaykay4 Ever YoungPremium,MVM
Re: Stuxnet beta146;s devious alternate attack on Iran nuke prog
It seems obvious to me that if there was one successful version, there would be versions following. These things don't just go away. They continue to evolve.