Duqu: The Stuxnet saga lives on

By | April 18, 2012
What a mess. Stuxnet's creators, the US government, and various cooperative agents are finalizing Duqu, Stuxnet's successor, this time to steal information about Iran's activities. Rather interesting that they let anything about it's existance leak, given high political tensions and the extreme complexity of the political situation. At the same time, I wonder who else Big Brother will be targeting with cyber spionage – maybe unwilling citizens, or US companies if CISPA gets blocked?

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