Stuxnet and Iran

…today’s New York Times article “Israel Tests on Worm Called Crucial in Iran Nuclear Delay” … is a notable addition to the information and commentary on this aspect of the Stuxnet phenomenon…

Added to Stuxnet resources page

Tony Dyhouse writes in SC Magazine about the political implications for the security community of the Stuxnet and Wikileaks incidents. The link has also been added to the Stuxnet resources post at /2011/01/03/stuxnet-information-and-resources/5731 on 14th January 2011.. David Harley CITP FBCS CISSP

Stuxnet Resources Update

Added to the resources blog at Report of a Stuxnet-unrelated vulnerability in SCADA software A speculative cyberwar link Some links on Iranian post-Stuxnet "cybermilitia" recruitment. David Harley CITP FBCS CISSP

Stuxnet Analysis 1.31 and TDSS article

…version 1.31 of “Stuxnet Under the Microscope” is now available on the white papers page … Until now Rooting about in TDSS was only available to VB subscribers, but it too is now available on the ESET white papers page.

Stuxnet Information and Resources (1)

The Stuxnet analysis “Stuxnet Under the Microscope” … has, unlike most ESET white papers, been subject to a number of revisions as we’ve come to know more about the malware itself, and as the purposes of its perpetrators have become clearer. However, since all the known vulnerabilities exploited by Stuxnet have now been patched, version 1.3x of the document is likely to be the last substantial revision.

Stuxnet Code: Chicken Licken or Chicken Run?

…given the amount of detailed analysis that’s already available (and I mean substantial blocks of reverse-engineered code, not high-level analysis and code snippets and descriptions), I’m not sure that anyone with malicious intent and a smidgen of technical skill would need the original code…

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