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China Taking Control of Zero-Day Exploits

Countdown to #ZeroDay: #Stuxnet and the Launch of the World’s First #DigitalWeapon

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Son of Stuxnet? Iran Nuke Site Hacked ‘by Israel’ (Again)

What’s the craic? Aunty Beeb’s anonymous scribblers sit back and wonder why—“Iran says key Natanz nuclear facility hit by sabotage”:  The country’s top nuclear official … Ali Akbar Salehi, did not say who was to blame for the “terrorist act”, which caused a power failure … a day after it unveiled new uranium enrichment equipment. … Israeli public media, however, […]

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Google’s Project Zero Finds a Nation-State Zero-Day Operation

Google’s Project Zero discovered, and caused to be patched, eleven zero-day exploits against Chrome, Safari, Microsoft Windows, and iOS. This seems to have been exploited by “Western government operatives actively conducting a counterterrorism operation”: The exploits, which went back to early 2020 and used never-before-seen techniques, were “watering hole” attacks that used infected websites to deliver malware to visitors. […]

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Stuxnet Malware Analysis

Stuxnet Malware Analysis By Amr Thabet Stuxnet videos library History of Stuxnet – Previous articles | DISC InfoSec blog What is Stuxnet, who created it and how does it work? | CSO Online GitHub – micrictor/stuxnet: Open-source decompile of Stuxnet/myRTUs Stuxnet Source Code Released Online – Download Now Stuxnet Family Tree Grows  Subscribe in a […]

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