Today, extensive analysis on a new cyber espionage weapon dubbed ‘Gauss’ has been released, stating that the tool has capabilities to attack national critical infrastructure and steal financial data.
This week we have witnessed a heated debate between US Senators who showed opposite opinions on the Cybersecurity Act of 2012, a bill aimed at regulating a number of important aspects related to defending critical infrastructure from cyber attacks.
Venafi has aggregated scanning data from the networks of 450 Global 2000 enterprises and discovered how frequently MD5-signed certificates are deployed – and it is quite often.
Kaspersky Lab researchers who have been rooting into the code of the Flame toolkit since its discovery believe to have unearthed definitive proof that, at one point in time, the developers of both Stuxnet/Duqu and Flame worked together.
Although it has never been confirmed, the speculation that the Stuxnet worm was manufactured for the express reason of disrupting the production at Iran's Natanz uranium enrichment facility is considered to be correct by many security experts.
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