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(Wall Street Journal)   Chevron says Stuxnet virus infected their techrons   (blogs.wsj.com) divider line 2
    More: Interesting, Stuxnet, isotope separation, information systems, Pandora's box, Saudi Aramco  
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2012-11-10 01:33:25 PM
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So companies that violate trade sanctions to deal with Iran get the virus?
2012-11-09 05:16:05 PM
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Like real viruses, releasing a computer virus into the wild is a crap shoot at best. More so with a computer virus because it is more easily adaptable.

The US/Israel basically used nation state level expertise to create very nefarious code and then dumped it into the hands of common criminals. Now, we will pay the price as bits and techniques from it are used to steal and harass.
 
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