A vulnerability in Microsoft's Windows operating system that was used, allegedly by the US and Israel, to plant the Stuxnet virus in Iranian nuclear plants is still among the most exploited flaws in the OS.
An unknown nation state has created a multi-staged backdoor trojan malware threat dubbed Regin by Symantec which seeks to get in like a ray-gunned Flynn and flummox its targets with ultra advanced spying capabilities.
The infamous Stuxnet worm that disabled Iranian nuclear centrifuges has been under intense investigation by Kaspersky Lab and other security firms, with Kaspersky revealing more information.
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