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According to the charismatic CEO, malware created to disrupt Iranian nuclear research has travelled to space

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But cannot promise that the domestic and state-controlled email service will be free of censorship

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The US' National Security Agency worked with Israel on the Stuxnet attack on Iranian uranium processing centrifuges, according to ex-intelligence contractor Edward Snowden

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US has never admitted to making Stuxnet, but is still investigating those who leaked information on the malware

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Israel's prime minister warns critical infrastructure is being bombarded by attacks from Iran and its allies

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Researchers find oil and gas systems, medical devices and naval ships could all be manipulated thanks to over 100,000 serial servers

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China is the source of most attacks on Trend's fake industrial systems

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Stuxnet is older than previously thought and had a different attack vector than the finished product, Symantec reveals

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NYT says it was able to link attacks back to China, but there remain problems with attribution

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Stuxnet has caused a spike in offensive work in Iran

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