US government warns of potential new Stuxnet attack

Stuart Sumner
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Department of Homeland Security wonders if publishing its analysis on Stuxnet was so smart after all...

The US government's Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has warned that the Stuxnet virus which attacked Iran's nuclear programme a year ago, could be set for a return. It admitted that as a r...

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