Stuxnet hits the International Space Station, says Kaspersky

Defence IQ Press
Posted: 11/13/2013

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.

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