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Stuxnet Resources Update

Added to the resources blog at http://blog.eset.com/2011/01/03/stuxnet-information-and-resources: Report of a Stuxnet-unrelated vulnerability in SCADA software A speculative cyberwar link Some links on Iranian post-Stuxnet "cybermilitia" recruitment. http://www.itworld.com/security/133469/iran-responds-stuxnet-expanding-cyberwar-militia http://blogs.forbes.com/jeffreycarr/2011/01/12/irans-paramilitary-militia-is-recruiting-hackers/?boxes=financechannelforbes David Harley CITP FBCS CISSP

Who Wants a Cyberwar?

The short answer is the media wants a cyberwar. Cyberwar is a dark, sexy, mysterious headline that sells and so each time something nefarious happens on the internet that potentially involves two or more countries, security experts are besieged with the question “Is this cyberwar”? Let’s look back to the 1989 book by Clifford Stoll

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