North Korean malware detected in India's Kudankulam nuclear facility

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Critical internal network of the plant remained safe from the malware, the company claims

One of India's biggest nuclear power facilities was compromised by malware in an attack believed to have been the work of a North Korean hacking group.  The Nuclear Power Corporation of India (N...

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