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Stuxnet Sibling Duqu Slinks Into Industrial Systems

October 21, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Symantec has sounded the alarm on Duqu, a newly discovered strain of malware that appears to be very similar to Stuxnet, a dangerously malicious program that wreaked havoc on Iran’s nuclear research program. The two seem to be made for different purposes, though — while Stuxnet is a worm built to destroy, Duqu is more of an information gatherer.

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