Stuxnet hits the International Space Station, says Kaspersky
Eugene Kaspersky [The Guardian]
Stuxnet, the revolutionary computer virus that targeted Iran’s nuclear programme facilities, has now "badly affected" a Russian nuclear plant and spread to the International Space Station when a Russian astonaut took an infected USB stick into space, according to cyber security guru Eugene Kaspersky.
The head of European cyber firm Kaspersky made the comments at Australia’s National Press Club, according to the Times of Israel. He said, "what...
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