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Win32/Stuxnet

July 29, 2010  Malware News

Security experts are warning of a new worm attack, known as Win32/Stuxnet. This worm spreads due to a newly discovered Zero Day type weakness in the Windows shell. Its main objective is to attack SCADA systems which are the control and monitoring systems used primarily in the industrial energy sector. The largest percentage of infected computers is in the USA and Iran. Experts agree that this follows a classic pattern of industrial espionage. This means that the virus is not meant to be a threat to the average user. However, the greater danger lies in the vulnerability that has been exposed, which will certainly be used by other malware families in the future.

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New Trojan Targets Vulnerable Microsoft Office® Users

April 10, 2015  Malware News

Opening email attachments just got a bit more risky, especially for Microsoft Office® users working in the energy sector. Security software company Symantec® reports a new malware program named Trojan.Laziok arrives in emails and exploits a vulnerability in Microsoft Office® that actually should have been patched by users back in April 2012.

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