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New Twist in the Stuxnet Story
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Kelly Jackson Higgins,
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4/26/2019 | 3:36:50 PM
Re: Interesting
Thank you, @Dr.T. You are right--even all these years later, learning more details about Stuxnet is useful to better understanding the full story of the attack. 
Dr.T
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Dr.T,
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4/26/2019 | 3:31:18 PM
Planing
The Stuxnet campaign and its predecessor components had been well underway by the nation-state hackers long before security researchers uncovered it in 2010. It most likely took a few years to plan and write the code.
Dr.T
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Dr.T,
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4/26/2019 | 3:29:54 PM
Interesting
The discovery led Symantec's researchers to revise their time frame of the Stuxnet attack to 2005, two years earlier than the known 2007 to 2009 attacks on the Natanz centrifuges, which were believed to be launched by the US and Israel to derail the possible development of nuclear weapons in Iran. Still inspires us to try to understand this attack. Nice article to read.


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