Security Researchers Discover the Earliest Version of Stuxnet

The earliest version of Stuxnet has been discovered, and christened Stuxnet 0.5. Stuxnet 0.5 reveals the evolution of this dreaded worm over the years.

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The Gauss trojan names its modules after famous mathematicians like Gauss himself, Lagrange and Godel. The primary module which implements the data-stealing capabilities is called Gauss, and hence the name itself.

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Web Werks has failed to track down the dubious customer who owned the h0sting account and the Indian Department of Information Technology is yet to unearth the mysteries contained in the seized drives. A second command and control center has been located in Belgium, recently.

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Either, Nasdaq OMX computers were compromised or the attackers were targeting the stock exchange. A thorough scan is needed to declare the exchange safe.

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The Stuxnet worm has become a thing of interest among hackers. It has displayed immense potential and has hit a nation at its ultimate reserve- energy.

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According to Internet Security Giant Symantec, this Windows-specific computer worm – Stuxnet, has already affected more than 10,000 Indian systems, across power units and petrochemical plants.

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Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has recently acknowledged that the Stuxnet worm could actually penetrate its nuclear facility after a series of denials.

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Stuxnet is now being dubbed as an attempt at cyber-warefare backed by a state-nation.

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Stuxnet is being reverse engineered and Langner Communications seems to be the only expert on it. From their analysis, it is clear that this attack is too well engineered to be the work of hackers who do it for fun.

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